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    Default Blaenrhondda Infants School Jan 2014


    I really didn't think I would be doing another report today, but when I was looking for somewhere else on google I found this, its just up the road and as I had a little time before Sunday dinner I went and had a look.
    Its sods law as I struggled to get to the place as it behind some houses with a river between. I had to get over barbed wire fences, brambles and deep mud. When I came back out and found the boiler house, there was a hole in the fence leading to a park with just a straight walk back to the car :(
    Not much history on the place but it looks like it was not being used before it was burnt down in 2008. There is planning permission to demolish the place and put up homes (That was in 2009)



    for the very first time other from straightening a couple, these are straight off the camera, no tripod so I must be getting better.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/1002210...7639434120393/











    Not what you want to find behind a desk







    I couldn't work out what this was






    Thanks for looking

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    Shame it's so trashed!
    That poor sheep :(
    Thanks..
    “And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. Those who don't believe in magic will never find it.” ― Roald Dahl

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    Really good pics, pity about the vandalism, still I'm liking the charred wood and the dead sheep!

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    They weren,t messing around with that fire it must have huge,cracking images.

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    How sad to see a lovely old school gutted like that. Love the shot of the indestructible climbing frame.
    Living in the shadow of my talented other half

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    good pics as always.i reckon someone was very ill in that bog.

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    Kind of reminds me of something...


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    totally derped man.

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