An old corner of St Day

What surprised me is that the ground floor of the building on the left was an abattoir for most of its life (the plaque says Coach House which it was also for a short time). But the point is, directly above said abattoire was the girls school! Curious to say the least!
www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z9EbR0ckb40 Just for fun!
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William Sutherland said:

Superb capture and info! Stay well!

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7 weeks ago

Andy Rodker replied to William Sutherland:

Thank you William!
7 weeks ago ( translate )

Madeleine Defawes said:

Une belle image historique !
Bonne journée. Amitiés
7 weeks ago ( translate )

Annemarie said:

a nice corner!
7 weeks ago ( translate )

Rosalyn Hilborne said:

Curious indeed Andy!! Best not to misbehave in that school!!
A good and interesting picture.
7 weeks ago

Günter Klaus said:

Sehr schön kommt das mit diesen Blick rein in den Garten rüber lieber Andy :))

Wünsche noch einen schönen Nachmittag,ganz liebe Grüße Güni :))
7 weeks ago ( translate )

Jocelyne Villoing said:

En effet un endroit pour le mois curieux !
Bon jour Andy.
7 weeks ago ( translate )

TOZ said:

A nice corner Andy.
Best TOZ
7 weeks ago ( translate )

Keith Burton said:

Some lovely old architecture there Andy............and a fascinating narrative.
7 weeks ago

Kawasirius said:

Belle capture !!!!
7 weeks ago ( translate )

Ulrich John said:

Fine picture, Andy ! Very athmospheric !
7 weeks ago

Jenny McIntyre said:

Wow that must have been some stink for the poor girls and let's hope they didn't hear the animals. Apart from that - this does look a gorgeous upgrade into a liveable space. I do love stonework compared to brickwork
7 weeks ago

Andy Rodker said:

ºººThank you all! Yes, I can't imagine trying to learn under those conditions!ººº
7 weeks ago