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    Visited this place a little while back.i never knew what to expect when I walked in.i was actually totally shocked.a lovely gothic church with the organ still intact and all the pews still there.not one bit of vandalism.looking at the dust and decay it has been laying empty.all the windows still intact.just a few small holes.the place did have a sad vibe to it.this is prob the most beautiful derelict church I have been too.





























































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    Very very nice.
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    Wow! That's stunning!!

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    That's a lovely little church. All it needs is the red carpet a steam clean and a polish over the wooden bits, and it will look good.
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    That is a beautiful place, captured with your usual superbness!

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    That’s a stunner, so many great shots there mate. Really enjoyed that!

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    What a beauty,thanks
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    That is quite stunning, nice find
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    Thank you all it's amazing what's on your doorstep.
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    Great Set!

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