Aberfeldy, St Andrew's Church
Aberfeldy, St Andrew's Church
Sometimes known as St Andrew's Parish Church Hall and Tower, established in 1843 as a Free Church, the building was converted into a church hall in the 1960s after a merger of parishes. The original internal galleries have been removed, and the roof lowered. 
The church is striking, with its tall semi-detatched bell tower rising in two stages to a steeple, and red bick used to accent the stone walls. Nearby is the listed Manse, built in a style is described by Historic Scotland as Breadalbane Estate Tudor.