Turn My Darkness Into Light
James Charlick is an independent photographer / web designer based in Evesham, Worcestershire. His photography explores abandoned places that become some sort of museum through his lenses. Please visit his Flickr or follow his Tumblr for more work.
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As part of our epic adventure over the weekend, we visit these old maltings. The central tower features these wonderful windows which frame an even nicer spiral staircase. If you’re extra nice I might upload a second angle of the stairs. Coming soon to my flickr, but in the meantime you can go see where else we visited on the same day!
Chapel Rose was built between 1290 and 1308 as a convent and hospital, occupied by the Augustinian Sisters. Around 1600 the entire complex was destroyed by fire, after which it was rebuilt. The oldest parts that have been preserved date from that period. In the 19th century the south and west wings were partially demolished and rebuilt.