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Classical Chapel (November 2016)

This is one of the most ornate and beautiful chapels I've ever seen, even though its been deteriorating badly since closing around 1999.

Bought at auction three years back, but it seems nothing has been done to stop it the rot. 


Call me cynical but sadly it's the same old story of cash-rich buyer sees a medium term investment on a listed building. The plan? Simple: let it get beyond repair, knock it down and build some shitty apartments thereby making a handsome return on the investment. I hope I'm wrong.


It was built in 1842, rebuilt in 1867 and elaborated in 1890. In its day this place would have hosted the biggest and most important events and in a back room here there was a meeting that ended up having a huge impact on recent Welsh history. In fact there's a blue plaque outside to commemorate it. 


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Be seeing you :ph34r:


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Fantastic building, I would love to see it by myself. Great pics.


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This one looks really cool! Lovely colors inside.


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