Reblogged from Morpeth Road:
There had been warnings of course about the door. To stay away. Leave it shut lest you were happy to invite trouble.
Most people complied but there was always someone who thought they had it in them to tempt fate.
It was by anyone’s standards an imposing structure. Built in 1742 by Canon Wexler the then Vicar of St Goodman’s. Built from the sturdiest hardwoods it had stood the test of time.
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