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Photos from Hastings.

These photos have been taken at Hastings where Fr Pierre Teilhard de Chardin studied as an ordinand, collected fossils and celebrated his first Mass. To the best of my knowledge, these are new to the internet.

A plaque to Teilhard on the site of his theological college.

This plaque to Teilhard is erected on the site of his theological college at Ore Place, off Elphinstone Road, on the northern edge of Hastings. [Photographer: Neil]

A note and photo of Teilhard in the Hastings museum.

A note about and photo of Teilhard in the Hastings museum. Courtesy of Hastings museum. [Photographer: Neil]

A fossil found by Teilhard. Courtesy of Hastings museum.

A fossil found by Teilhard. Courtesy of Hastings museum. [Photographer: Neil]

Fossil of Onychiopsis Mantelli Fronds found by Teilhard.  Courtesy of Hastings museum.

Fossil of Onychiopsis Mantelli Fronds found by Teilhard. More fossils are kept wrapped in the final year Jesuit exam papers that Teilhard used. Courtesy of Hastings museum. [Photographer: Neil]

Teilhard's church on the eastern side of Hastings, on the coastal road.

Teilhard's church, St Mary Star of the Sea, on the eastern side of Hastings, off the A259 coastal road. [Photographer: Neil]

The view inside Teilhard's church.

The view inside the church where Teilhard celebrated his first Mass. [Photographer: Neil]

The High Altar at which Teilhard celebrated his first Mass.

The High Altar at which Teilhard celebrated his first Mass on 25th August 1911. Photo taken from the nave altar.[Photographer: Neil]