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    Default Harpfield primary school stoke 05/2010


    Visited with eotech,not much history on the net so history unknown so on with the pictures....

























    Thanks for looking....


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    I'm not usually into schools, but this is lovely...looks quite old fashioned and quaint.
    Love the blue dangly birdy thingies in the second pic.
    Looks like a nice explore. Cheers. :)
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    Agree with Foxy, I'm not generally into schools, but love looking at old victorian type ones like this. :) Love the piano, and the huge windows they had, and also the beams. It's always a shame when schools close, they always seem to leave all the childrens art work up, and schoolwork etc.

    Nice pics mate, I like this a lot. :)

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    Nice find mate,few interesting bits there...:)

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    Very nice shots, like the piano and the coat hooks. :)


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