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Thread: North Primary School, Stoke-on-Trent Oct '11

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    Default North Primary School, Stoke-on-Trent Oct '11


    I really liked this little Victorian school, even though it has been stripped to the bare bones it still holds some interesting features and the light inside is lovely. It looks like work had begun on conversion as there is a brand new skylight on the hall with brand new double glazing but that's as far as it's got and nothing else has been done. There appears to have been a fire on the first floor at some point although it's been confined to a small area.

    It presumably closed when the school tier system changed, and merged with another school in the area.

































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    very nice,well done :)

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    Delightful little building. Hope it gets saved. Nice find. :)
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    love these :)

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    That last shot of the wooden partition wall takes me back to St. Chads Junior circa 1965!!! Talk about a blast from the past. How was the birthday celeb Mookster?
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    Love these, especially the stair one, thanks for sharing.


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