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    that sepia shot reminds me a bit of the Cane Hill chapel.
    these are cool, nice one.


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    Quote Originally Posted by krela View Post
    They're probably not marble, they're more likely to be polished red granite. Very common in victorian architecture. ;)
    Correct and they are very nice examples of this form.

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    Sad to see them like this but no doubt the consevation trust can't look after all of them
    May the shadow of Murphy never darken your door."
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