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    Default A Scottish School, Scotland May '09


    The 'A scottish school' for Scottish children was built somewhere in Scotland between 1700 and 2009 and once taught a variety of subjects. The building itself has been vandalised a fair bit on the outside and in the grounds, inside hasn't suffered too bad but has been smashed up at some point. Stripped out in places but still enough left behind to make it interesting.

    Visited with Kate, Lost, Jaff Fox, Havoc.

    Not the last site we visited, but the last one ive got round to reporting from this trip! Over and out

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    Another top set of pics...well done Mr B

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    I sent the link to this to my wife. Here is her reply:

    pic 4 is my first year science lab[22:07:26]
    I sat right at the front there[22:08:09]
    And my old geography/english room[22:08:25]
    And the maths corridor![22:08:43]
    And the foyer where my locker was[22:08:47]
    And the old gym[22:09:27]
    And the steps beside the sick room where the pay phone was![22:09:49]

    Makes me want to cry ;(
    Nice one Mr Bones
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    Them rolls of film were a nice find.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foz101 View Post
    I sent the link to this to my wife. Here is her reply:



    Nice one Mr Bones
    I was going to say there is alot of memories there for someone, brilliant pictures

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    I hope you followed the one way system.

    I'm surprised how little I remember of it. The only bits I positively recognise are the lab in picture 4 and the gym. I have much clearer memories of the exterior and the huts.
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    Great work! It's in mint condition

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    Oh wow!! Seems a few people on here know this school!
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    I would like to re-visit my school, but unfortunately it's full of kids....doh!

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