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Thread: Annesley Hall, Church and Graveyard, Nottinghamshire - February 2013

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    Holy derpatronic derpington Derpman!

    I wasnt going to do a post on this one as its a bit derp but the other old reports I just checked out dont seem to cover Annesley old curch and the Victorian graveyard which is actualy quite an interesting place and connected to the hall by virtue of the fact most of the various lords and ladies of the manner are burried in there.

    Most of the graves are early 1800's victorian era, the church is pretty much a derelic shell but has a few nice features and some restoration to the tower. The internals of the hall its self are none existant, just empty rooms with soil for floors and plasterless walls, totaly devoid of any origional features and its been like this for years now saldy.

    Anyway, on with the pics... thanks for looking :D





    The not so grand entrance....






































































    and finaly the view from the halls front approach windows...


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    Nice report and pics looks a amazing place ,thanks for posting :).
    Looking beyond the pictures. :p


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    You make total shit-holes look good! Well done boss

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrtoby View Post
    You make total shit-holes look good! Well done boss
    Haha.. cheers mate.. to be fair this is a monsterous shit hole lol, plus crap light and I had nipples like bullets.. but the graveyard is lovely for a womble around :)

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    It's a lovely building architectural wise. Graveyards + snow = pure win

    I admire your style of photography mate :)

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    What Silent Hill said. It's a beautiful building. You've made it look ace, hats off to ya! :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrtoby View Post
    You make total shit-holes look good! Well done boss
    Same as that... :)
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    Nice looks real pretty in the snow,
    We went up here on a dead sunny day and the graveyard looked pretty then
    Odd.... Considering its a graveyard
    The hall but gave me the creeps
    No idea why

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    I think the grey day added to the featur of the place doubt it would hav ecome across so well on a good day. Great shots.
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