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    Thanks rubex


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    Looks good Rolfster.
    Looks like they've started clearing it, the side was once very overgrown.
    I heard it would restored as a retirement home. Anybody heard anything please?

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    Thank you electric! Yea very stripped but there was some structaul work that has been done on the inside, I donít know what the development plans are! Lovely place though!

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