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    Default Crown/ High court Sheffield, September 2013.


    The building was built 1807-1808 by Charles Watson,
    opened in 1808 with extensions in 1833/1866 by William Flockton/Abbott as council dwellings.
    Became a crown court in 1897 and a high court in 1992,
    closed in 1997.
    The building is in average condition, considering its been empty for 16 yrs
    and is on the buildings at risk register.







































    cells






    beneath



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    Some areas seem to be deteriorating quite fast now,great pics.

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