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The Church of St. Leonards, Wortley, South Yorkshire
England

Standing in the centre of the village, across the road from the Wortley Arms is St. Leonards church and graveyard. The graveyard is accessed by either of the two gates, a memorial gate or the Lyche Gate withs its interesting coffin rest. Its a crisp autumn morning.

Copyright: Peter Ward
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Uploaded: 09/11/2009
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Tags: wortley; church; graveyard; autumn; south yorkshire
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