A sad photo-essay from the Daily Mail over in the UK.

St. Peter’s Seminary in Argyll, Scotland was founded in 1964. Large classes of Baby Boomer priests were supposed to be coming, and the most modern architecture was chosen to make it a building of worldwide significance. (And honestly, it’s not bad-looking; there’s some shape to it instead of just blank walls.)

The seminary was closed, then converted into a drug rehab center.

It is now abandoned.

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