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Wednesday, September 26, 2007

St Columba's, Pont Street

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Walking down Pont Street for The Way We See It this week, I came across this rather beautiful Scottish Church, St Columba's. you can read the history of the church here. But having never heard of that saint I thought I'd resarch a little, and I was delighted to find he was responsible for possibly the first copyright dispute.

posted by Ham at 00:44 -- Comments here: 5

Comments on "St Columba's, Pont Street"


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (08:15) : 

Wow, excellent story.


Blogger Steve Buser said ... (11:31) : 

Interesting links about the Church and St. Colomba. Good stories.

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Blogger Z said ... (11:49) : 

I enjoyed reading about the copyright dispute! Also, the multiple-coats wall was a great find!

BTW, I don't think CH can claim Krups. Originally German, it is now owned by a French group. All these buy-outs and such make for complicated histories!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (16:01) : 

Interesting post. I find the building very much like some of the early adobe churches in Texas.

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Blogger Cheltenhamdailyphoto said ... (22:12) : 

Love the angle you've taken this, Ham. Looks great. Crisp morning air?


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