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    Visited with Fezzyben, there are better historical write ups on other posts than i'll do, so i'll just show you the pics














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    Interesting looking old place especially with all that random writing on the walls:)
    How come I always find the deep water, pigeon crap and rotten floor boardslol

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    Looks a very good old spooky place that writing is weirdsome good shots too :)
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    Love pic3. :)
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    Just a few of my pics to add














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    here's a better picture from long ago. 90%of windows were intact then ! along with all fixtures and fittings, long since been gypo'd !
    ps. i know who did all the writing on the walls, he was bored and out of a job a few years back and wanted to express himself. thats what he told me anyway


    took in the late 1980's

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    thats a hell of a difference to how they are now OM thanks for sharing


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