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Another scene from the Wenhaston
'Doom', discovered on its scrapheap after
a night of cleansing rain, to having been
painted over 400 years earlier and
apparently nothing now but a pile of
rotting wood. It was rescued in the nick of
time and conserved, for parishioners to
tremble in front of for a second time. It is
now considered to be one of Britain's
finest 'Dooms' - reminders of the
impending Judgment Day - and can be
seen in the parish church in the village of
Wenhaston, just off the A12 in Suffolk.
Another scene from the Wenhaston 'Doom', discovered on its scrapheap after a night of
cleansing rain, to having been painted over 400 years earlier and apparently nothing
now but a pile of rotting wood. It was rescued in the nick of time and conserved, for
parishioners to tremble in front of for a second time. It is now considered to be one of
Britain's finest 'Dooms' - reminders of the impending Judgment Day - and can be seen in
the parish church in the village of Wenhaston, just off the A12 in Suffolk.
Another scene from the Wenhaston
'Doom', discovered on its scrapheap after
a night of cleansing rain, to having been
painted over 400 years earlier and
apparently nothing now but a pile of
rotting wood. It was rescued in the nick of
time and conserved, for parishioners to
tremble in front of for a second time. It is
now considered to be one of Britain's
finest 'Dooms' - reminders of the
impending Judgment Day - and can be
seen in the parish church in the village of
Wenhaston, just off the A12 in Suffolk.

Wenhaston 'Doom' (2)


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Another scene from the Wenhaston 'Doom', discovered on its scrapheap after a night of cleansing rain, to having been painted over 400 years earlier and apparently nothing now but a pile of rotting wood. It was rescued in the nick of time and conserved, for parishioners to tremble in front of for a second time. It is now considered to be one of Britain's finest 'Dooms' - reminders of the impending Judgment Day - and can be seen in the parish church in the village of Wenhaston, just off the A12 in Suffolk.
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