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    Default Government Buildings Lytham St.Annes


    The government buildings are part of a larger site that was built pre World War 2 to a hospital design with corridors and spurs within single floor buildings. Whilst a small area is still utilised, the majority of the blocks are now derelict and haven't been occupied for at least seven years. These are due for demolition anytime soon. I will photograph the outside of these as I get the opportunity but I have to watch site security as I work on site and we are forbidden from entering these buildings.





























    Last edited by SquadronMouse; 2nd Oct 13 at 22:18.

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    Very nice indeed.

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    Good stuff, looks big from the pictures
    If there is a fence round it then it must be worth looking at !

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