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Thread: Greenbank Police Headquaters June 2010

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    Courtroom is first floor of the tower building but the floors are lethal.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Badoosh View Post
    Courtroom is first floor of the tower building but the floors are lethal.
    Ah, the floors are very dodgy didn't make it into the tower :(, will have to go back for another look :).
    I work till midnight 7 days a week I'm very tired !!!
    Extra chilli sauce Sir..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badoosh View Post
    No doubt this site is imminent for demolition
    That's the best option for it! It's a haven for junkies & is full of discarded used needles!
    My websites: Dereliction Addiction & ROC-Scotland
    Due to Fotopic going tits up, both these links are dead, will update if it ever comes back online! :(

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    The courtroom is a pain to get to. Dodgy floors getting into the tower building, and they are floors above the basement so its a long drop!

    When we went, access to the actual room was sealed. I got a few shots pokeing the camara though the hole in the floor while standing/falling on some very rotten furniture!! But there very blurry. (no focus)

    The place is a wreak tho, but worth a look. Just be very carefull of the needles, Wear some sturdy boots. There are thousands there!

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    I work till midnight 7 days a week I'm very tired !!!
    Extra chilli sauce Sir..........

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    A DERELICT former prison, which has become home to junkies, graffiti artists and bored children,
    I guess im the bored child out of the lot?

    In 1991, then Plymouth Sutton MP Alan Clark backed the city council's efforts to get the building listed by English Heritage. Sadly it was deemed as having 'insufficient architectural or historic interest'.
    So this building, 150+ years old, Stone built, lots of history - prison, courts, etc, Really nice looking with the tower and large sash windows, has characture. Can't be listed. Yet this heap of sh*t can????



    Yup, This monstrosity is a Grade 2 listed building

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    The 'crack-house' closure order was thought to have been the first such closure order proposed against a commercial firm in Plymouth and would have seen anyone trespassing on the property liable to arrest and a criminal prosecution for breaching the order rather than the current civil prosecution for trespass.

    LOL

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    nice pics! bit ironic that junkies were getting wasted in an old police headquarters eh!

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    does anyone know if any demolition work has started on this place yet?

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    Nope. its still there. only a little more boarded up. Might be accessable tho

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