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Sunday, November 23, 2008

Newton St Marys North


A couple of weeks ago I showed a picture of St Mary's church in Newton.

That was a view from the West; this is from the North.

9 comments:

Rinkly Rimes said...

I like the Godley Bridleway best. I can picture all these saintly types clip-clopping purposefully off 'somewhere'. Where?

Neva said...

What a great looking St Marys!

Mediterranean kiwi said...

so grey, so gothic

in my guess what, coal is correct - it's mainly used for the barbecue. even though it's winter, coal is often sold at this time of year because it is before winter, when it is too damp for coal production

Dina said...

Hey, I have posted st. Mary of Jesus church today too.

Dan said...

Looks like a wonderful place to explore. Will you give us a look inside too?

Saretta said...

That is a beautiful old church!

Sailor Girl said...

Nice architecture!
Have a nice week!!!

babooshka said...

I'm curious as to the age, because gothic it's not, or shouldn't be anyway.Churches are wonderful photography subjects.

Denise said...

Beautiful old church and I enjoyed the other view. What a history these places have.

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