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Tuesday, November 14, 2006 

originally uploaded by mr_phillip.

"What remains of the altar in St Peter's College, a Roman Catholic seminary built in the 1960s in Cardross, north of Glasgow. This grade A listed building is generally accepted to be the finest example of late modernist architecture in Scotland. And look how we treat it...."

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