Although I am happy with the brief original story it would be interesting to see what you can come up with.
This coffin shaped house has a story to tell. It is said that a man disapproved of his daughter's impending marriage and said that he would see her in a coffin before he would agree to her proposed marriage. Her suitor bought this house, called it Coffin House and told the father that his wishes could be met. The father was impressed and gave his consent to the marriage.
See web site http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Commando_Memorial
Baby Katherine Booker died at Pitmain Inn in 1815 and was buried in the parish churchyard at Kingussie. Her stone gravestone, which surrounded the grave, was built to represent a baby’s cot. Unfortunately it is now in poor repair and the former metal railings have been removed.
This 'tin' church is now redundant.
Thanks for that MockCyclist. I don't want to delete it because of the 'story' but I am not confident that I can correct it.
I am grateful to Colin Sinnott for taking this photograph on my behalf.
Thanks for the update, I took a few snaps of the Quorn lock up last year and it is a pizza take away.
I would tend to agree with you regarding its former use, it just needs the basics like colour TV and internet connection.