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Report - Revesby Abbey - Lincolnshire- jan 2014

Discussion in 'Residential Sites' started by Tom Sherman, Jan 23, 2014.

  1. Tom Sherman

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    :D Visited with Telf UE & Will knot :D

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    I met up with Telf UE & Will knot and headed down to Lincolnshire to visit a few places

    It was foggy as hell out that morning but it was a good thing, it made our cover without getting spotted by folk.

    Here is some history on Revesby Abbey

    Revesby Abbey was a Cistercian monastery located near the village of Revesby in Lincolnshire, England. The abbey was founded in 1143 by William de Roumare, Earl of Lincoln, and the first monks came from Rievaulx Abbey.

    After the Dissolution of the Monasteries in the 16th century, the Abbey was demolished and a country house built. The current house was built in the mid 19th century, but is in poor condition. Unoccupied since the 1960s and previously earmarked for demolition, the house is currently listed on the English Heritage "At Risk" register, and described as at "serious risk"

    The stunning building has been unoccupied for some time now and has sadly fallen into a state of disrepair. There are signs that the owners have attempted repairs and redevelopment at some point, but had not progressed very far before abandoning the daunting task. Some parts are now in a severe state of disrepair while other parts are much more pleasing.

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    :thumbs Thanks for looking peeps :thumbs
     
    #1 Tom Sherman, Jan 23, 2014
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