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  1. Wastelandr

    Report - Czech Refugee Chapel, Norfolk - September 2021

    The History: As usual there's already better rundowns online with more detail, but long story short this chapel was constructed by a man who first came to England as a refugee from Nazi Germany in the onset of WW2. He was born in 1918 in Czechoslovakia, moving through Poland, Romania, France...
  2. Markknights94

    Report - St Aidans, Gattonside - April 2021

    First report so please be kind haha! St Aidans was built in the 1820s by Sir Adam Ferguson, a close friend of Sir Walter Scott, and then expanded upon by George Bainbridge. The house had several owners throughout the 19th century until finally becoming the headquarters of The Brothers of Charity...
  3. Gunsnrosies

    The Monastery, Glos

    My first post so apologies if it’s not up to scratch. Not strictly a monastery but wasn’t sure what else to call it. I’ve been inside numerous times in the last 4 years and it hasn’t changed much at all so I don’t think it’s a well known place - I’m therefore reluctant to name it. It’s an...
  4. Crissisdecon

    Report - St Joseph's college - Upholland (Image Heavy + Drone shots)

    History: This place has been covered multiple times and there is a lot of history on google so I don't want to just copy and paste a big stream of text again. as a quick overview St Joseph's College is a former Roman Catholic seminary. The foundation of the large building was laid in April...
  5. danielsmith

    Report - St. Peter's Seminary, Cardoss, Scotland - 2018

    A couple of weeks ago, I went up to Scotland to visit my Brother. He lives in Falkirk, about 23 miles from Edinburgh. Before I went, I looked for any abandoned places I could visit and came across St. Peter's Seminary in Cardross. Luckily it was about an hour's car ride from Falkirk so we...
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