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    Had a look round the old Dance Academy with Dreamweaver, if you have ever driven through Plymouth you will have probably seen the building. Very big place, stands out.

    Heres some photos:















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    Last edited by chase779; 13th Mar 09 at 23:28.

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    Wow, really nice pics. Some lovely details in there.
    Like the first photo, especially.
    Good stuff, chase.
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    Grand old building indeed. Liking the shot from the roof.

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    A couple of shots of the office/flat above.





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    It would have been really nice when open, I'm surprised on-one's taken that Concorde model.

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    How do you access to the building?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Faz89 View Post
    How do you access to the building?
    I doubt very much you will get a response!

    1) You're a noob & this is your first post
    2) I don't think anyone on the site knows you (People are wary of strangers on here)
    3) We don't mention access points on this site
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    I agree that concord model is great! Surprised its till there with the computer

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    haha i agree with you escortmad,i dnt no of any1 announcing access points in public posts!lol and for the record i do really like that concorde model

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    I have to admit that the words 'Dance Academy' didn't really enthral me to look at this thread, but I'm very glad I did! Beautiful interiors, and great shots. Cheers chase.

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