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Dec 27, 2019 12:25 |  #1

George Hotel Pilgrims Inn, Glastonbury

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Dec 27, 2019 14:26 |  #2

Very beautiful buildings Lester
The top one looks old, as your title says.

You've been away? Hadn't seen your posts for quite a while



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Dec 28, 2019 02:28 |  #3

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Very beautiful buildings Lester
The top one looks old, as your title says.

You've been away? Hadn't seen your posts for quite a while

Thanks.

Not away just overloaded work, family, health - just life.


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Dec 28, 2019 09:53 |  #4

A person could spend 24 hours a day on this forum if life didn’t get in the way! :)

I think of buildings here in Oklahoma as old, then I remember over yonder where you live and suddenly Oklahoma doesn’t have any old buildings! The oldest church in Oklahoma was built in 1845. Pretty young by European standards.

I don’t have any photos of it, but google Wheelock Church to see it.

Rumors abound that the church and adjacent cemetery are haunted. Without going into detail, I can say that my brother and I may have done some things that have enhanced that belief in certain individuals! ;)


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Dec 28, 2019 12:46 |  #5

Lester Wareham wrote in post #18981477 (external link)
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Love the old buildings Lester!!

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A person could spend 24 hours a day on this forum if life didn’t get in the way! :)

I think of buildings here in Oklahoma as old, then I remember over yonder where you live and suddenly Oklahoma doesn’t have any old buildings! The oldest church in Oklahoma was built in 1845. Pretty young by European standards.

I don’t have any photos of it, but google Wheelock Church to see it.

Rumors abound that the church and adjacent cemetery are haunted. Without going into detail, I can say that my brother and I may have done some things that have enhanced that belief in certain individuals! ;)

Terry, Terry,

Sounds like you and your brother were a naughty boys when you were younger!

Shame on you! Did Santa bring you coal instead of nice presents?


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Dec 31, 2019 14:17 |  #6

This was, until a flood a few years ago destroyed it, was one of the oldest structures in Oklahoma. It was a watermill in the Choctaw Nation, what is now McCurtain County, OK. These are scans of negatives I found today. Lots of memories from there. I learned to swim in a little pool downstream from these photos.

The gospel song "Swing Low Sweet Chariot" was written here by a slave before the Civil War. I know I've taken more photos at this place, hopefully I will find the negatives in the near future.

For those interested, here is a link to a brief history of the watermill.

https://visitmccurtain​county.com …y/clear-creek-water-mill/ (external link)

That's my son in the top photo, and his good friend in the second.

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Dec 31, 2019 14:18 |  #7

One more photo from the Watermill. While he looks to be in a very precarious position there is actually a ledge he is standing on. Not near as dangerous as it looks.


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Dec 31, 2019 14:20 |  #8

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Love the old buildings Lester!!

Terry, Terry,

Sounds like you and your brother were a naughty boys when you were younger!

Shame on you! Did Santa bring you coal instead of nice presents?

Let's just say there were several times maybe we should've been put in a towsack and thrown in the river.


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Dec 31, 2019 18:41 |  #9

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Your negatives are in very good shape Terry!

Very good pictures!


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Dec 31, 2019 18:41 |  #10

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Love the old buildings Lester!!

Terry, Terry,

Sounds like you and your brother were a naughty boys when you were younger!

Shame on you! Did Santa bring you coal instead of nice presents?

Let's just say there were several times maybe we should've been put in a towsack and thrown in the river.


That sounds more drastic than I think it should have been!

You are being too hard on yourself Terry!!!


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Jan 06, 2020 18:06 |  #11

I love it, Lester.

Such a vast majority of similar architecture in our country(USA) has been lost to
"progress" as well as apathy, that it makes me ill. We began with such similar
structures due to many of our forebears hailing from your storied lands,
but our society has neither the desire nor the means to preserve such.


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Jan 24, 2020 04:12 |  #12

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Jan 31, 2020 17:10 |  #13

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Feb 01, 2020 02:54 |  #15

The old 'fishhead' hospital near Mdina Malta (sorry, that should have read the old Royal Navy hospital, but ???)


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