Est. 1889.

By franken
A corner of a stained glass window from the Oakdale workers institute building at the Museum of Welsh life in Cardiff. Also known as St. Fagans museum. It's a large open air museum and is free to visit but parking isn't.

The institute building was constructed in 1916 and located in Caerphilly. It was dismantled and moved brick by brick to the museum in the 70's

Tags: Architecture Buildings Museum of welsh life St fagans

Comments


18 Sep 2019 8:47AM
Beautiful Ken,
Fred.

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bliba Plus
13 2 Austria
18 Sep 2019 8:50AM
beautiful art work .....love the simplicity
Lillian Plus
10 23 17 United Kingdom
18 Sep 2019 9:09AM
a beautifully captured stained glass window
lovely composition and colours
18 Sep 2019 9:18AM
well conceived and taken
woolybill1 Plus
13 29 75 United Kingdom
18 Sep 2019 9:27AM
Really lovely, Ken.
Regards
Bill
mac Plus
18 3 Scotland
18 Sep 2019 10:46AM
Great capture of this fine glass window and with perfect verticals, which is not so easy to accomplish.
Ian
Beautiful image
taggart Plus
15 47 13 United States
18 Sep 2019 4:43PM
A most pleasing image-- I love stained glass and such a piece is most appealing--
18 Sep 2019 5:00PM
Great colours in this well seen composition. Nice work Ken.
Alfie

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