Tim Knifton

Catholic School

3rd May.

This location was part of our road trip into France before going back to Luxembourg and onto Belgium before returning home.

I have no idea on the history of this place as it was in great condition and is not called by its real name.

We entered this school and spent a few hours wandering the halls and taking in the architecture with the minimal light we had. Unfortunately, we had a spot of rain so the light was quite poor but we made the most of it while we could.

Some photos below and the rest will be on my Flickr photostream.

'Amen' 'Class of UE 2013' 'Floored'

'School staircase'

'Sports day just got cancelled'

'Things are looking up'

'Three windows'


'Up or across'

Thanks for looking in.

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