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Thread: New to the forum world, hope you like my report. Pool Park Asylum. Wales.

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    Wow...great 1st report. What a great place. And like Krela says - stick some spaces in between the picks...


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    Very nice place indeed :) Wales seems to be filled with derelict places. Really great photos too!

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    Thanks, a random visit that didn't disappoint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flyboys90 View Post
    Cracking first report,thank you.
    Much appreciated cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsp77 View Post
    That's a fine report, must have a look myself one day.
    Well worth a look around, thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by wappy View Post
    great post love it
    Cheers wapppy:)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BikinGlynn View Post
    Yes brilliant first report, thanks for sharing!
    Nice one Glyn

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    Quote Originally Posted by smiler View Post
    That is a lovely building and the stairs, newell posts and carving are a bit special, Nicely Done, Thanks
    Cracking place smiler, the hours and craftsmanship gone into those stairs is outstanding and you just don't see it no more.

    Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bones out View Post
    Good work. She sure has taken a pounding! Where's the chair shot? ;)
    Thanks bones. It has took a real pounding. I do have a chair shot but the quality was a bit rubbish so I left it out

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    Quote Originally Posted by HughieD View Post
    Wow...great 1st report. What a great place. And like Krela says - stick some spaces in between the picks...
    Thanks very much Hughie. I did check out other reports for an idea on the layout. I'm pleased with the report too and spaces ill remember next time

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