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Aug 04, 2019 03:17 |  #751

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Or it could be just a group of our MPs lamenting BREXIT.:-D

I thought it was cobwebs over MPs in the House of Commons.


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Aug 04, 2019 04:19 |  #752

Jack Dawe wrote in post #18904777 (external link)
I thought it was cobwebs over MPs in the House of Commons.

By God, Jack! You might be right!


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Aug 04, 2019 04:39 |  #753

St Andrews Mission House. South bank of river Thames Gravesend, Kent, UK.

Started life as 'Spread Eagle Tavern' in 1840.
Converted to a mission house and consecrated St Andrews Day 1871 by the daughter of Rear Admiral Beaufort as a memorial to her father.
Rear Admiral Beaufort was responsible for inventing the Beaufort scale of windspeed measurement.
General Gordon - of 'Gordon of Khartoum' fame was said to teach Sunday school there to the poor children of Gravesend.
So there you are, two famous names:- General Gordon and Rear Admiral Beaufort.

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Aug 04, 2019 09:35 |  #754

Our Lady and All Saints, Parbold, Lancashire, England


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Aug 06, 2019 16:10 |  #755

Ray.Petri wrote in post #18904797 (external link)
St Andrews Mission House. South bank of river Thames Gravesend, Kent, UK.

Started life as 'Spread Eagle Tavern' in 1840.
Converted to a mission house and consecrated St Andrews Day 1871 by the daughter of Rear Admiral Beaufort as a memorial to her father.
Rear Admiral Beaufort was responsible for inventing the Beaufort scale of windspeed measurement.
General Gordon - of 'Gordon of Khartoum' fame was said to teach Sunday school there to the poor children of Gravesend.
So there you are, two famous names:- General Gordon and Rear Admiral Beaufort.

Here's the link:-
http://www.discovergra​vesham.co.uk …ndrews-mission-house.html (external link)

Interesting. Those were tough times.



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Aug 07, 2019 21:59 |  #756

St Paul church, Melbourne


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Aug 07, 2019 22:43 |  #757

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Lovely church that would benefit from a good clean. It would look beautiful with all the grime washed off, though I know some people like 'em that way!


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Aug 08, 2019 07:48 |  #758

Inverness Town Steeple. A steeple without a church propping it up.-?
I have had this pic hanging about a few years wondering what to do with it, so I run it through the Photoshop mill to smarten it up a bit.
I transpires that it is not a church as one might imagine from the steeple.

Well read the link, and if you can tell me a better thread to put it in I will/might transfer it.:-)

https://canmore.org.uk …ridge-street-town-steeple (external link)


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Aug 08, 2019 12:46 as a reply to  @ post 18907022 |  #759

Thank you, junglialoh.


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Aug 08, 2019 13:46 |  #760

Impressive church, amazing floor!

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Aug 08, 2019 14:26 as a reply to  @ chuckmiller's post |  #761

The church is really beautiful and the floor just glows.


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Aug 10, 2019 15:41 |  #762

Ray.Petri wrote in post #18906923 (external link)
Inverness Town Steeple. A steeple without a church propping it up.-?
I have had this pic hanging about a few years wondering what to do with it, so I run it through the Photoshop mill to smarten it up a bit.
I transpires that it is not a church as one might imagine from the steeple.

Well read the link, and if you can tell me a better thread to put it in I will/might transfer it.:-)

https://canmore.org.uk …ridge-street-town-steeple (external link)

Fascinating history. Proverbial ups and downs, construction wise. (pulled down, rebuild etc)



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Aug 10, 2019 16:50 |  #763

St. George


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Aug 11, 2019 06:06 as a reply to  @ itsallart's post |  #764

Excellent architecture image set




  
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Aug 11, 2019 08:14 |  #765

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Excellent architecture image set

Thank you kindly.


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