Whilst on a trip to Scotland I had the opportunity to visit Bangour Village Hospital, a complex that rivals the iconic asylums of the south.
The real gem of Bangour Village is the stunning church that resides on a small hill in the middle of the complex
The church at Bangour Village is by far the most stunning church I have ever had the opportunity to visit. Build from local resources, the stone was brought from a local quarry and the beautiful interior sandstone from a dismantled palace.
Built between 1924 and 1930 the church as designed to be an integral part of Bangour Village, a self-sufficient complex allowing all forms of Christian worship via the Romanesque church.
Such an integral part of the complex, its noted that some of the interior wood work was completed by patients residing within Bangour Village.