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Report - St. Peter's Seminary - July 2012

Discussion in 'Other Sites' started by sm-np, Jul 3, 2012.

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    sm-np 28DL Full Member
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    These are some of the photos from our explore on 1st July. Every time you read a report on this building, there is always another composition that you have not seen. Hopefully I have added something different...

    Going over the old bridge

    Bridge graffiti

    Sand stone detail of the old bridge

    The scale of the place is becoming apparent


    A brilliant Baphomet, conveniently over-looking the high alter

    A view from the high alter

    Another view from the alter


    Some wee ned has ruined this fine work by putting speech bubbles on it

    A view of the alter from under where the organ used to be

    The alter from the body of the hall




    There is a nice light & colour from within the building







    The place seems cleared up a bit from some other earlier reports I've saw on youtube. Allegedly the site has been granted £500,000 for improvement.

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