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St Peter’s Seminary

  • St Peter's Seminary Staircase
    St Peter's Seminary Staircase
  • The broken altar of St Peter's Seminary
    St Peter's Seminary
  • A former bedroom of St Peter's Seminary
    St Peter's Seminary Bedrooms
  • St Peter's Seminary
    St Peter's Seminary Pillars
  • A bird's nest making use of St Peters Seminary
    St Peter's Seminary New Bedroom
  • St Peter's Seminary toilets
    St Peter's Seminary Toilets
  • The altar of St Peter's Seminary
    The altar of St Peter's Seminary
  • Main Hall of St Peter's Seminary
    St Peter's Seminary Main Hall
  • A water feature at St Peter's Seminary
    St Peter's Seminary
  • The leftovers of a music video shot at St Peter's Seminary
    St Peter's Seminary
  • A drone flight at St Peter's Seminary
    St Peter's Seminary

St Peter’s Seminary is a place which draws mixed reactions from a lot of people. On one hand people dislike the architecture style and the construction methods, calling it a concrete monstrosity. On the other hand it is a listed building and seen to be a modern architecture marvel. It has lain abandoned for years, having no use other than to be a canvas for some talented grafitti artists.

We visited the site on several occasions between 2011 and 2014, seeing the building go through various stages of destruction as a result of the weather and a few people with nothing better to do with their time.

In recent times a group were able to successfully apply for a lottery grant which is going to be used to transform the main concrete structure into an arts and exhibition space for future use. It recently held the sold out ‘Hinterland’ light show, which many people deemed to be a great success.

The future of St Peter’s Seminary is looking bright.

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