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    Evo Mad had some lovely images on here a while ago until photobucket did the dirty on a lot of us and we lost all our links.

    I was wondering if they still had the images to upload?

    image from geography site - can add mine later.

    I stopped by yesterday and its a very impressive old Gothic building - fenced off but with a hole in the wire I discovered later. I'm not that mobile so did not attempt to go any further.

    Apparently built in the 1840s and closed in the 1990s - they still seem to have burials in the newer graveyard section.


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    Took a look on Google, seem worth a nose if your in the area
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    Quote Originally Posted by smiler View Post
    Took a look on Google, seem worth a nose if your in the area
    Yes it does look interesting - I'm sure the original poster had been down in the crypt part and taken pictures. Not sure how secure it all is - or how safe.

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