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Thread: St Peter's Church, Isle of Man - December 2009

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    Firstly, sorry for the over-edited photos, I know they're generally not liked, but I thought I'd share a few anyway :)

    Went for look round here this afternoon...

    Quote Originally Posted by Forgotten Isle
    The ruined church of St Peter's is found in the center of the city of Peel.
    Built around 1550, the church now lies in ruins after being rendered unsafe after being almost completely destroyed by fire in 1958.
    Only the outer walls, some tomb stones and the clock tower remain.
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    More photos at http://forgottenisle.fotopic.net/
    Last edited by Lhiannan Shee; 20th Dec 09 at 18:36.
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    Ooh, I really like those, Basement. Fabulously dramatic and gothicky. Great looking place too. :)
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