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    Thanks HughieD
    You'll be reet, give it a go sir

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    Sheffield crown court is an hard fucker to get into...

    as HughieD said I've also been trying it for ever.

    this concept of "hard to get into" pays off in Sheffield as the bozos who vandalise buildings can't get in, hence the building looking like this

    so, very nice pictures, and well done for getting in

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    Good stuff, I've seen a few photos of the comedy access in the past. Photo no.4 is very nice...

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    Fantastic shots Tbolt!

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    Wow! Superb shots sir! That is one amazing place 😀

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    Good to see this pop up again. Have fond memories of this place.
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    Good to see this pop up again. Have fond memories of this place.is the clock still accessable.
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    You are right mate it's not been fooked up unlike everything else in Sheff, woolens is a prime example it's been absoultely shagged now

    Thanks Mate
    Don't panic, be reet!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsMajor View Post
    Fantastic shots Tbolt!
    Thank you nice lady x
    Don't panic, be reet!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by littleboyexplore View Post
    Sheffield crown court is an hard fucker to get into...

    as HughieD said I've also been trying it for ever.

    this concept of "hard to get into" pays off in Sheffield as the bozos who vandalise buildings can't get in, hence the building looking like this

    so, very nice pictures, and well done for getting in



    You are right mate it's not been fooked up unlike everything else in Sheff, woolens is a prime example it's been absoultely shagged now

    Thanks Mate
    Don't panic, be reet!!!

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