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    Arrow Tresham Institute, Kettering


    Very trashed place, but something to pass the time. Site opened as the Kettering Technical College in the 1940's, and closed around 2007 when it was the Tresham Institute. They moved into a new building on another site in the town.
















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    Thanks for this Goldie87,

    It's unusual to see buildings of this age derelict. Usually they are quite quickly re-used or demolished and replaced as a) they are public buildings and b) there is no issue in them having protected status.

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    Nice one lads, shame i was a bit late and missed it. I was busy getting chased by bulls instead
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    Good work! Looks about the same as when I went, although the lecture theatre has a bit more graffiti than before

    Did you venture up behind the stage? So of those ladders seemed a little dodgy!! lol
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