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USA Immani Church, Trenton, New Jersey - 2016

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This was  the first presbyterian church of trenton nj built in 1870 but in its last incarnation it was the imanni church ..before it became abandoned

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some of the stained glass are tiffany stain glass

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I think thats a red rosewood steinway..fully restored its worth about 30,000$

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it had its own theater

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this was on odd find in the basement a walkway..to me this looks like graves were buried here..but no records could be found

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it had a baskerball court

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And ktichen

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My Video walkthough..this was an awsome place in  very bad neighborhood...got some ghost voices and footsteps too

 

 

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Nice report - you covered the place well. Liking the stained glass window shots. :thumb

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Nice place. Unfortunately, some photos aren't sharp. I especially like the piano with the withered leaves.

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