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This Chapel is unusual for mid Wales in having tile hanging to the front wall which faces the weather. Most use slate for this purpose. It matches the soft red brick used for the rest of the building. As a building it wouldn't look out of place in parts of the south of England.
© David Meaden







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For prospective modellers, the tile effect is available in Scalescenes 'TX41 hanging Tiles'

Thanks for all you architectural pictures, Doggy.

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Some nice modelling detailing there, with the broken and miss aligned tiles.
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