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    Making unplanned last min urbex trips with Capture Photography is becoming a regular thing. This time heading out to the most graffiti covered place I have ever seen.

    I have only seen a handful of reports on this place and some suggesting itís previous use as a police training ground, however sources suggest this is not the case hence naming the place simply Graffiti Academy.

    Itís nice to have a very chilled explore for a change with straight forward access and no one around other than the odd few kids.

    The building itself is nothing more than a shell with very little distinguishing features left, however the sheer amount of graffiti made for some pretty amazing photos.

    As I canít find much history at all, letís let the pictures do the talking.























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    Not so artistic comapared with other posts. Looks like grafitti painted over grafitti which makes it unreadable. The derelict building is more artistic.
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    I agree Hugh, but I liked it, so bad it's good,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Jorgan View Post
    Not so artistic comapared with other posts. Looks like grafitti painted over grafitti which makes it unreadable. The derelict building is more artistic.
    Quote Originally Posted by smiler View Post
    I agree Hugh, but I liked it, so bad it's good,
    I was meaning more colour wise looked cool than artistic value, the graffiti quality itself looks absolute mindless turd ��
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    I always thought it used to be a police social club?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derelictheart View Post
    I always thought it used to be a police social club?
    That's what I thought too until I found info on it being a sports center without mention of police.
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