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Report - St Josephs & St Marys, Coleshill, Nov13

Discussion in 'Other Sites' started by The Wombat, Dec 18, 2013.

  1. The Wombat

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    Third & final report from Father Hudsons! Have previously reported on St Gerrards hospital & St Edwards boys home / orphanage.

    Perhaps not as interesting as the other buildings on the site, but I felt they still deserved sharing with the community. We also visited St Philomena’s, but this was possibly just the living quarters of the nuns, and not much to photograph.

    These places were built in 1904 to support the other buildings at the Father Hudson’s society; in particular the St Edwards boys home. St Josephs was possibly staff accommodation for the site, and St Marys suffered a fire earlier this year which destroyed the upstairs of that building.

    Thanks again to Miz Firestorm for this one.

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    The fire upstairs has trashed the place
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    Thanks for looking :)
     

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