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    Default Loxley Congregational Chapel, December 2013


    Built in 1787 and closed in 1993 Loxley Congregational Chapel later became Loxley United Reformed Independent Church.

    The building is surround by a graveyard on three sides, many victims of the 1864 Sheffield floods are buried there.

    Henry Wilde, the Chief Officer of the RMS Titanic, was christened here in 1872.

    Visited on a very rainy day with Mr Beardy























    Thanks for looking

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    It's nice that it has'nt been trashed, lovely pics, most enjoyable, Thanks
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    very nice set!
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    Nice to see a chapel virtually intact especially the organ,thanks for sharing.

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    Nice capture fella!! Fancy this one myself... :)

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    That is gorgeous!
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    Very nice and great shots :)
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    Wow what a place! The first shot almost makes it look like an old courthouse!
    Fantastic set, cheers for sharing! :)
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    Another gem, thank you!

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