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Thread: Crown Court Sheffield, October 2012

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    Very nice, great place and fantastic pics! This has been on my list for ages but thought it wasnt doable anymore. Ace report, thanks for sharing:)

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    Top shelf quality chap! :)
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    Architectural bliss mate. Top report and superb shots of a stunning building. Love it :)

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    What an amazing building.

    Thank you so much for going in and taking the photographs.

    And the photos are amazing too, I wish I was closer to Sheffield just to have a chance to see that magnicficant building.

    Shame to see the old girl is going to deteriorate in reality and no-one is interesting in preserving her!

    Bet that saw some interesting members of society and cases during its operational history

    Thank you again.

    C

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    Brilliant set, everytime I've been over the hill to sheff I've thought about this but I always get distracted by megatron

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    really enjoyed your photos. magnificent building. it really needs to be saved!

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    Whoa, that's pretty impressive! Fantastic looking building, don't think I've seen it before. Hats off to you for getting in and producing a fantastic report!
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    Impressive report, tried and failed this place before, seems a revisit is needed sometime. Thankyou for sharing!

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    Fab pix buddy, I'm well suited with that!!!
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    That's a sweet set of pics, great stuff!

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