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Thread: Hollywood lodge june 2011

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    Those horses were a menace, I tell you. Damned equines kept sneaking up behind me.

    As far as I know, this place is set to be demolished with only the south and east fašades kept then have apartments built in the shell. It always amazed me that it was never listed.



    It would certainly be interesting to see any pics of it before the fire if anyone has any.

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    That must have been a really charming place in its day, still looks a darn good explore, Thanks
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    Quick update: This has all been bricked up now, every last window and door. Not surprising really because it was an untimely death waiting to happen. I don't know if this means that plans for conversion have fallen through, but if so it's a real shame.

    Last edited by The Archivist; 2nd Sep 11 at 22:25.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mookster View Post
    Any pics of it Frink??

    Interesting to note the exterior fire escape has gone!
    Sorry for the late reply Mooks, sorry but I have no old pics.
    I explored this when I thought it was just me and tramps who had an interest in old derelict buildings!

    Good to see the place secured though, let's hope they do something with it now.
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    Yeah, even if it's too little too late

    Gives the graffiti guys even more surfaces to 'decorate' though!
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