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St Andrews Church, Kinson
England

Possibly the oldest church in Bournemouth, it underwent restoration and extension in 1894.  Some of the tombs are thought to have been used by smugglers to store their ill-gotten gains.

Copyright: James Battersby
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Uploaded: 24/01/2010
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