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UK Chapel Sinc Dec 15

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A small chapel built for a mining town. If I hadn't of seen the same place on the forum I wouldn't be able to title it. 

 

Its a lovely little place which is built from corrugated steel I think.

 

Thanks again to Alex. (He's not a member, but incase he reads this forum I feel I should thanks him.)

 

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3 minutes ago, Urbexbandoned said:

This place popped up a bit at the beginning of last year. I loved it then and I love it now. Nice to see it again. :thumb Lovely set of pics mate :)

 

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Thanks pal, its only small  but it felt special. 

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1 minute ago, Vulex said:

Thanks pal, its only small  but it felt special. 

There is something about it, very quaint and I imagine quite heartfelt little service's held here. 

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