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    Default Galloway Church


    A small derelict church discovered by chance, I'm not sure of much history of the building. I am guessing it fell out of use in the last 15 - 20 years. I hope you enjoy the pictures.

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    Ceiling Decoration
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    Some interesting headstones
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    Thanks for looking

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    Sweet little church. I did indeed enjoy those pics.

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    Nice little church I like it!

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    Nice one.
    I think churches which become redundant like that soon become holiday lets of all things! I've seen quite a few do that round this way.

    Seeing the grave stones - reminded me of a certain grave yard (church elsewhere) near the borders region. Several of the grave stones are being supported by human bones. Yes - leg bones being used as 'shims' to keep the stones up. I'm sure there's something illegal about that but hey it works!
    Full of meaty goodness.

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    Nicely Done, I enjoyed it, Thanks
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    Lovely stuff
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    This is lovely shay

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