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Thread: De Salle College, Co. Cork, Ireland - July 2009

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    Default De Salle College, Co. Cork, Ireland - July 2009




    Ireland offers another trashed but photogenic place...
    Considering it closed in 1989 it's in quite good condition, there is a fair bit of vandalism though.


    Got enough bolts on that door?


    This little bugger caught me unaware twice while walking round the building :o






    Upstairs is pretty trashed, plain and stripped out. The doors with the windows above them remind me of Glen O' Dee hospital


    Weee, another 'I have quite a wide angle lens but not quite wide enough' shot








    It's quite classy downstairs


    The corridor which links the main building to the hall


    From the outside


    I couldn't fit through the gap in the door, so had to make do with poking the camera through:(


    Classroom

    Sadly I didn't see the chapel and one whole side of the building, which looks much more intact - not for lack of trying! I squeezed through 2 tiny windows only to find locked doors.:(


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    Hey this place looks familiar

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=drd4kOpGWfA

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    Very nice Lost, only just spotted this report!! Looks like a very chilled place, and some nice details. Good work on the Panoramic shot of the outside.
    Too Much Reasoning Kills Inspiration, Stone Dead

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    That is superb, and love that with the film trailer.

    That's great how stuff is still on the blackboards.

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    Oh man, the green (moss ) against the white in the corridor is fantastic brilliant


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