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West Anwoth Church

By Natzdad
West Anwoth Parish Church was built in 18261827. It is a Walter Newall Gothic box style church with tower and hood-moulded windows. It closed in 2002.

The Church of Scotland sold the Church to a neighbouring family who now keep it as a hall fo ceremonies and parties. The church was re-roofed in 2007 and is being kept in the best of condition.

Tags: Scotland Architecture Landscape and travel

Voters: andylea, CarolG, pronabk and 2 more


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RonnieAG Plus
9 154 118 Scotland
14 Jul 2011 4:38AM
I really like V 3 the best, Mick,the coloured version from the churchyard, even although the building is a tad off the vertical (but perhaps it's like that in reality, although I have some doubtsWink)
Ronnie.

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Natzdad 10 29 2 United Kingdom
14 Jul 2011 12:01PM

Quote:I really like V 3 the best, Mick,the coloured version from the churchyard, even although the building is a tad off the vertical (but perhaps it's like that in reality, although I have some doubtsWink)
Ronnie.


Thanks Ronnie,I am having a spot of bother with my verticals at the moment,don't know if it is lack of concentration or my new glasses,but your are correct it is out of vertical,but thanks for the comment anyway,will try harder ....Mick

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