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The cemetery of Trinity Temple, Carinish. North Uist
Scotland

Inside the ruined building of Trinity Temple(Teampull na Trionad) on the South West coast of North Uist in the Outer Hebrides.

Copyright: Richard weston. weston digital imaging
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Uploaded: 10/05/2013
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Tags: temple; trinity; chruch; cemetery; north; uist; outer; hebrides; western; isles; griminish; lochmaddy; chapel
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