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    Hi all, hope this has worked im a bit new to all this. here are some new pics of the wonderfull Elmete Hall in Leeds. Hope you all enjoy them, if anyone would like to see more please get involved.


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    Wow, that stained glass is just so beautiful! Really like the stone carvings too. Absolute hats off to whoever restored the dome...it looks fantastic.
    Cheers pieman...really good to see those. :)
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    That's a beautiful building. Nice shots.
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    WOW, they've done an excellent job with the Dome, is it all stained glass? It looks amazing. The whole place looks fantastic, they've done a brilliant job of restoring the whole building.

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    That dome is great, I'm so glad they decided to restore rather than destroy:)
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    My old house again!

    The more pictures the merrier, I shall be up at my parents for the may bank so shall have to have a dig around for the photos when we lived there.

    Sorry to sound cheaky but would there be any chance of getting the full resolution images of your pictures?

    Regarding the Dome, it was always stained glass, when we were there it probably wouldnt have been cleaned in the previous 70+ years making it particually difficult to photo.
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