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Tuesday, 21 July 2015

Loxley Methodist Church, Sheffield - July 2015

Visited with ZerO81 on route from Sheffield .

Another church, Grade II listed, sitting rotting away. Built in 1787 and finally closing in 1993, the graveyard holds the graves of 240 victims of the 1864 Great Sheffield Flood - but the graves are mostly enveloped in brambles, nettles and giant hogweed.

I got very bored, very, very quickly here - I didn't take much delight at photographing a small rural church that was being left to be wrecked by the vandals.

Anyway a few pictures

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Bit sad really and given its location I'm a bit surprised at some of the vandalism.

Any down to the scores on the doors, hmmmm....... a 2/10 me thinks.

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