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  • BikinGlynn's Avatar
    Today, 10:00
    Just looking at a backlog & this place hasnt come up for a while so just thought I would share. The Freemasons Province of Warwickshire became 275 years old in 2003. A banquet was held at the headquarters of the Province in Birmingham on 22 April 2003 to celebrate this most significant event Following the resignation of Michael Clarke, Sir Stanley Harley took over the leadership of the Province and was installed on 30 November 1965 by the Grand Master.
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  • Newage's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:58
    I’ll stick a post up tomorrow. Interesting thing.
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  • Bayons's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:26
    What an amazing place! Thanks for sharing. I've always been into old abandoned places, not literally alas! With this fantastic site and great intrepid adventurers,couch potatoes like me can be transported to these abandoned buildings.
    4 replies | 294 view(s)
  • BikinGlynn's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:26
    Yeah cant seem to change that lol. No I didnt get a chance to see that, It was a bit of a rushed visit tbh, did half a dozen places in a few hours while on Hol down ther!
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  • HughieD's Avatar
    Yesterday, 17:31
    Good work as ever mate...
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  • Newage's Avatar
    Yesterday, 17:17
    It`s a great place (Not quite religious mind you).... Did you visit the Arsenic Calciner about 100 meters south....? Cheers Newage
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