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    Default Chapel, London, April 2011


    First post on here

    Visited on a nice sunny day, which made a change.



    The chapel is Grade II Listed, designed by William Hosking and built by John Jay, which opened in 1840.
    A very simple but attractive chapel in a peaceful cemetery.

















    A friendly local



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    Nice place I think Pics 5 and 7 are great I realy like them! Well done.
    It'll all turn to dust and we'll all fall down

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    Quote Originally Posted by gingrove View Post
    Nice place I think Pics 5 and 7 are great I realy like them! Well done.
    Thank you
    It was a beautiful place, did all the work for me

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    Nice set, amazing it hasn't been more chaved up.

    Not sure if your aware or not, but it took me about .5 of a parsec to work out where this was so if your keeping it "secret" you might want to edit your intro a bit. But if your not, then ignore me

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    I love the guard cat!

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    stunning work m'dear lovely look to that place

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    Quote Originally Posted by Els View Post
    Nice set, amazing it hasn't been more chaved up.

    Not sure if your aware or not, but it took me about .5 of a parsec to work out where this was so if your keeping it "secret" you might want to edit your intro a bit. But if your not, then ignore me
    Cheers
    Yeah, I could have made it less obvious but it's in a very public place with care takers etc. so I think it will be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neill View Post
    I love the guard cat!
    Yeah, I thought she looked like she was personally over seeing the chapel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dealiest Catch View Post
    stunning work m'dear lovely look to that place
    Thank you

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    Where they ok with you taking pictures?

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