We went to the windswept north-west of the island, as far as can be, to see the church of St. Eilian, with its distinctive pyramidal, Romanesque tower. Of course, it was closed, but still atmospheric, with its slate tombs and shrine chapel added to the east end:-


2 thoughts on “Llaneilian

  1. Excellent B/W photographs, appropriate for the subject matter.

    The Friends of Friendless Churches sound interesting. Do you know James Miller’s work on tiny, unused, Churches in the West Midlands?

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