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When will the madness end…

Time’s up!

It’s hard to believe that there’s still things left in this city to tear down, but here’s another one…



So, see you later Christ The King. Built in 1954, it’s outlived it’s use in a little more than 50 years. I’m sure that’s not what the parishioners who built this church had in mind. South Windsor sure is a victim of changing demographics too…

Looking back on this post on Christ The King from September, it looks like George hit the nail on the head. 🙂

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