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Thread: East Baldwin Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Isle of Man - July 2010

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    Default East Baldwin Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Isle of Man - July 2010


    I'd been meaning to have a search for this church for ages, and accidently stumbled over it today whilst out looking for something totally different.

    The church was built in 1850 when it replaced the much smaller church situated the oposite side of the road which is now in use by local boy scouts. The church closed around 1865, and is now used for storage by a nearby farm.

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    More pictures of here and a couple of other places I visited today at http://www.forgottenisle.fotopic.net/ :)
    Last edited by Lhiannan Shee; 13th Jul 10 at 18:34.
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    Ah, you've just reminded me! There's a church marked amongst farm grounds on my local OS map. Like yours, it might be used as part of the farm buildings. I've been meaning to have a search for it. Cheers, Basement...nice find. :)
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