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    had a tip off from another member about this place so went for a mooch with the dog . its going to be flattend soon (i think ) . anyway it was a good explore so on with pics
























    thanks for looking
    cheers stacey hope you like




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    Nice one! I never get used to all the stuff left around.......

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    Great place, thanks for sharing
    Some good bits in there, especially that powder room sign, really hope someone has that before it's all gone

    -RR
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    Brilliant pictures, I really want to go now!
    Well done

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    Nice find and report Muppet.

    Another traditional building falling prey to the developers ?

    Arn't there enough unnocupied new "surf pods" already in Newquay ???
    Nowt clever to say....

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    I like this location muppet ,Thanks for posting .
    It always gets me when you can see the suddeness of the owners departure
    almost looks as if they intend to return but it never quite happens.
    Sad to see it slowly getting chaved

    SK

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    Looks like a good explore.

    Thanks for posting

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    Nice find looks a good place

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    loving the report mate, cant believe that there is graffiti on the walls but yet most of the saucers and cups are in one piece and the TV's have not been used as pikey window openers or a pikey key ha ha. thanks for putting that up
    If it's there to be seen it's there to be explored.

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    Nice one muppet, like that safe
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