Engedi Chapel, Caernarfon, Wales

Engedi Chapel, Caernarfon, Wales

A chapel in Wales that has been closed for many years. Everything remains intact inside with some decay setting in.

Visited October 2016  UK Caernarfon, Wales Disused, Abandoned

The roots of Engedi Chapel in Caernarfon date back to 1842 when the Calvinistic Methodists established a chapel here. The building was replaced with the one we see today including its grand Classical entrance was erected in 1867, to designs of architect Richard Owen of Liverpool. The chapel closed in 1999, its organ, pulpit and pews remain intact.

Engedi Chapel - Overview of the chapel
Engedi Chapel – Overview of the chapel
Engedi Chapel - Angle view over the top level pews
Engedi Chapel – Angle view over the top level pews
Engedi Chapel - View towards the front of the chapel
Engedi Chapel – View towards the front of the chapel
Engedi Chapel - View from the ground floor level
Engedi Chapel – View from the ground floor level
Engedi Chapel - Looking back from the pulpit
Engedi Chapel – Looking back from the pulpit
Engedi Chapel - Detail of pulpit and pipe organ
Engedi Chapel – Detail of pulpit and pipe organ
Engedi Chapel - Ceiling detail
Engedi Chapel – Ceiling detail
Engedi Chapel - Exterior of the building
Engedi Chapel – Exterior of the building
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