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Report - Stanley Royd Asylum Chapel, Church of St Faiths visited July 08

Discussion in 'Other Sites' started by Freebird, Oct 6, 2008.

  1. Freebird

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    This is the last remaining unconverted building that was part of Stanley Royd Asylum. The asylum was built in 1816 and was first occupied in 1818 and the church was added in 1861. The church was then licensed for baptism and marriage in 1867. The church has now been sold and is supposed to be awaiting redevelopment for office use but still presently only accomodates the very many pigeons that have made it home.

    Firstly some external shots

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    Onwards towards the stinking pit of hell!!

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    The once beautiful but now faeces ridden and fire damaged interior

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    The beautiful window!

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    The old Organ

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    After the explore we had to make our escape and searched hard to find an alternative route, to no avail. There was nothing for it but to grit our teeth and go the way we came!!!
     

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