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    Default Tin chapel Wales April 2017


    Vested with @GK_WAX and @dangle_angle and non member dylan. It was on our Welsh tour we visited this very small chapel not much to see there and in quite a mess it's made from corougated sheet metal. And didn't have your traditional benches but green canvas chairs. I don't know the name of the church. So here's a few photos...































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    I liked your take on it Lavino, Thanks
    P.S.
    Your equipment is showing
    Smiler
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    Nice one.Thanks for sharing.

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