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the remains (revisited)

The Remains (Revisited)

a different perspective of st. chad’s anglican church… you can compare it to the first one i posted a little while back.

this photograph can be found in the following gallery: country scenes
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the remains

The Remains

en route to macqueripe bay along tucker valley road in chaguaramas national park is the former village of mount pleasant (now a national heritage site). still standing are a few shacks and the remains of st. chad’s anglican church along with a graveyard adjacent to the church.

the church was originally built in 1850 out of timbers, but after 18 years it had fallen into disrepair. it was rebuilt in 1875 – but again by 1915 had succumbed to decay. by the end of 1915 it was rebuilt yet again and in use until the area was given to the americans as a military base in 1941. the graveyard contains the prominent grave of one amelia trip and dates back to 1877.

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