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Report - St.Josephs Church - Wigan - July 2015

Discussion in 'Other Sites' started by Bigian88, Jul 13, 2015.

  1. Bigian88

    Bigian88 The Massive Mancunian
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    Following on from @BrainL's report;

    The Visit
    This was literally a spur of the moment kind of explore. We went elsewhere earlier that day and was moving on to another location when we accidentally re-discovered this place and thought it would be worth a little look. As BrainL mentioned in his report, we had tried to get in here a few months back but were rumbled by a nosey worker at the tile shop next door who immediately reached for the phone when they spotted us so we carefully ninja'd our way in this time round.


    The History
    Built in 1861, St Joseph's Catholic Church is a grade II listed building on the fringe of Wigan town centre and was the Sunday school of George Formby.


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    that place looks amazing from the outside, I think you've captured it really well from inside and the first photo is really nice.
     
  3. Bigian88

    Bigian88 The Massive Mancunian
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    Thanks mate, there's not much to see inside it which is why their aren't many photos.
     
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