Went for a wander down to Burge Road and nailed St David's on the way back. It's at 120 Blackwall Road, a couple of blocks down from the railway station.
My hist list says it was built in 1908 and 1920. The NSW Heritage Office has its building date as "1908-" and its style as "good example of a timber framed church of the early twentieth century ... Federation". The design may not be a Carpenter Gothic (circa 1840 - circa 1890). My book (A Pictorial Guide to Identifying Australian Architecture: Styles and Terms from 1788 to the Present, Apperly Irving & Reynolds, Angus & Robertson, 1994) lists pointed arch windows as one of the key points of the style. There's only a pointed arch on the door, which is one the side of the portico.
The Heritage Office also says "Moved to new subdivision in 1920. Only known building to have been physically moved when the Village of Woy Woy moved closer to railway station." Doesn't say where it was moved from but I remember overhearing some Dear Old Thing say it wasn't moved more than a few kilometres.
St David's I caught on the way back. I'd gone to get the old house below before it was demolished.
This place and the one next door have a fence around them now and a sign on the fence saying "building site". Looks like they're coming down and another whatsit of units going up.
Last time I saw this place the lawn was waist high. It was night. An ambulance was parked in the driveway and its lights were flashing silently. The front door of the house was open but it was dark inside. The ambos must've been stumbling about in there with their torches, looking for the Dear Old Thing who lived there. A couple of people on the bus said they didn't know she was still alive, they'd seen no-one there for months. Looks like she didn't survive, poor thing.
Got the corner this time.
This is the one next door and it's going too by the look of it.
I'll go back in a few months and see what they built in the place of these two nice old houses.