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Video - Lilleshall Abbey shropshire 2016

Discussion in 'Urban Exploring Videos' started by tazong, Jan 16, 2016.

  1. tazong

    tazong 28DL Full Member
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    This is a very small video for me ,lol a few weeks ago had a a trip to Lilleshall Abbey.I mixed a little drone footage from the wonderful shropshire countryside, i will go back and fly drone around the ruins - far to many people to do it on the day but a lovley site to visit.
    Lilleshal Abbey is the remains of a twelfth and thirteenth-century medieval monastry. The remains of the church and other large domestic buildings can still be seen. Other buildings such as a lady chapel and canon's dormitory are known to have existed on the site and are thought to have been situated to the north-east of the church. The abbey was enclosed by a large precinct wall, of which little survives today. This site is maintained by English Heritage.

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  2. WildBoyz

    WildBoyz Is this the future?
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    Mar 16, 2014
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    Some of these old abbeys and monasteries are fantastic structures, I often wonder what they looked like originally. Shame most of them don't exist anymore - all that remain are ruins.

    If Henry VIII hadn't been such a miserable fucker there would probably be way more of these left nowadays. They'd be dropping to bits by now too, much like the rest of England, so we've have had plenty to explore.
    #2 WildBoyz, Jan 16, 2016
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