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    Default Loxley Chapel, May'11


    Visited last week with ROYALBOB Borrowed history -
    Built in 1787, grade 2 listed and has been on English Heritage at risk register since August 1985, closed 1993
    Henry Tingle Wilde, who was first officer on Titanic, was baptised here. The derelict cemetery contains the graves of victims of the great flood of Sheffield 1864. amongst these are the Armitage family, in which 12 members drowned, all but 5 of the children who were not identified are buried here. Its going downhill quick..


    External by KelseyRebecca98, on Flickr


    Internal by KelseyRebecca98, on Flickr


    Ghost! by KelseyRebecca98, on Flickr


    Ladder by KelseyRebecca98, on Flickr


    Push the button! by KelseyRebecca98, on Flickr


    1 by KelseyRebecca98, on Flickr


    Daily Herald by KelseyRebecca98, on Flickr




    Organ by KelseyRebecca98, on Flickr


    Trophys by KelseyRebecca98, on Flickr


    Books by KelseyRebecca98, on Flickr


    Board Games by KelseyRebecca98, on Flickr


    Photos by KelseyRebecca98, on Flickr


    Preist by KelseyRebecca98, on Flickr


    Books by KelseyRebecca98, on Flickr


    Window by KelseyRebecca98, on Flickr


    Focus Book by KelseyRebecca98, on Flickr


    On the stand by KelseyRebecca98, on Flickr

    Gracias por mirar!

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    Very nice! Love the way you use natural lighting. Is the whole roof leaking? The ground floor looks a mess.

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    I enjoyed your post and pics immensely, it looks good, I hope it stays that way.
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    had a look few weeksago, no access then. somewhere that interests me for sum reason. nice report.

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    Nice stuff, it bugs me immensely that this is going to be left to rot and decay, along with the books and the stained glass, you will see reports of this in 2 or three years time, riddled with graffitii and with none of the beautiful remnants that are in you photos.

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    You certainly find the places. And your photography is excellent.

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    Excellent work there Kelsey what a shame the organ is trashed but I like the shot from the balcony. :)
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    Excellent find and superb pics as always, Kelsey. Beautiful close-ups...and love the stained glass window. :)
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    Superb Images. Love the pipe organ buttons

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    brilliant photos, looks a great place too

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