360 St Peters Roman Catholic Church Buckie
360 St Peter's Roman Catholic Church is located to the west of Buckie's town centre, on a prominent corner site. Its size and location allows it to be seen from land and sea for many miles and it is known locally as 'The Buckie Cathedral'.
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It was built-in the mid 19th century on a piece of estate ground on the edge of Buckie donated by the Catholic Laird of Letterfourie, after permission had been denied to build a permanent Catholic church in the town centre. St Peter's Church was designed largely by Bishop James Kyle with input from Elgin architects A and W Reid. The church has remained little-altered since, with the enlargement of the chancel and an internal re-decoration being the only notable work carried out since it opened.
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|Location||St Peter's Roman Catholic Church, Buckie, Scotland|
|How to get here||St Peter's Road / St Andrew's Square, Buckie, Scotland|
|Where to park||On road parking GPS 57.673611 -2.975555|
|What to shoot||Inside of the Church|
|When to shoot||This image was captured at 09:45am and the church was almost empty|
|Camera||Ricoh Theta V|
|Lens||Focal length 1.3mm (35mm equivalent 4mm)|
|Shutter Speed||1/8 sec|
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