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    Cheers for all your kind comments!

    Quote Originally Posted by Palmtrees11 View Post
    Love this, its got a real feel for it hasn't it. I'm squeezing a visit in tomorrow. Was it busy when you went? Seems like a weird question to ask of a prison visit.
    Hope you made it here! Looking forward to pics if you did!
    We went on a weekday and it was absolutely dead, cant vouch for weekends!

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    You got some really nice shots from here Lee.i quite like the two prisons I have been too.not been this one though
    I like to go where others fear to tread.

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