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Thread: Burton upon Trent County Court Nov'17

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    interesting to see in here, thought you were in the other empty court though to start with, the one on horninglow street opposite guild street, the one built in 1910 with the massive lead dome on the top, thats empty, someone needs to do a report in there, ive been in there once, but when it was open lol
    though it may be tricky as its next to the pig station !!!


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    hahaha yeah I know the one your talkin about, the mags, its much more elaborate! You musta been a wee bit naughty back in the day then lol...or your not a solicitor are you??? I could do wiv one, cutbacks in legal aid not good!
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    Damn your photos are beautiful.

    Such stunning architecture in this place, I might have to come and do an explore with you and bring a pen and notepad!
    "Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore."

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