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Sedlec Ossuary, Czech Republic, October 2016

I have seen plenty of photos of the various Ossuaries around the world, but never thought I would ever visit one as they are not common tourist destinations and they are not seen very often in the UK (or around […]

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Bare Street Christian Mission, Bolton, July 2016

Sadly, I can find no history about this place, nothing what so ever, so I am just going to let the photos tell the story this time.

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Protestants Martyrs Memorial Church, Liverpool, January 2016

Founded in 1903 and closed around 2004. Founding Father of the Church was a Pastor George Wise. The church maintained a sound uncompromising Protestant Evangelical Witness. From her inception, enemies constantly prophesied her early demise but under God the work […]

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St. John the Evangelist Church, Crawshawbooth, December 2015

This place was quite popular for a good few months as it was quite a rarity in exploring, it was a derelict church, but it was not at all trashed, the exact opposite infact, it looked like people has just […]

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St Joseph’s Church, Wigan, June 2013

In October 1870, Father Henry J Lamon (see “St. Joseph’s Clergy”) was appointed head of the new mission that would soon become the Parish of St. Joseph, Wigan, and it was due to the untiring zeal and great energy of […]

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St Helen’s Church, Lincolnshire, January 2013

This small Grade II Listed church is built in the Gothic style. It stands on what remains of a medieval village. The building was rebuilt in 1850 and later restored in 1913. From what I can gather The Church Commissioners […]

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St Saviours Church, Bacup, August 2012

The church was consecrated on Monday, the 23rd of January, 1865. Representatives of the local Wesleyan, Baptist and Independent churches were present at the service. The total build cost of the church, nearby school and vicarage was £8,000. The church, […]

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St Peter’s Church, Stanley, January 2012

The foundation stone for the church was laid on the 13th September 1822 by by Francis Maude of Hatfield Hall who was a barrister in Wakefield. The Church was opened nearly two years later on 6th September, 1824. Stanley Church […]

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Loxley Independent Chapel, Loxley, June 2011

Loxley Chapel was built in 1787, by Rev Benjamin Greaves, curate of Bradfield, and a few friends. It is grade 2 listed and has been on English Heritage at risk register since August 1985. It closed in 1993. When it […]

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