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    Default The secret school basement


    The school was pretty old and in good condition but not that much stuff left behind in the classrooms, you seen one you seen em all. I went down to the basement lots of rooms with old books dated back to the 40's. All the way back in the basement there was a metal door open but heavy :o, i was surprised to find whole collection from the schools biology class room there dusty in the dark. I made way to the back of the room and work my way with some plated windows to get natural light to mix up with my flash light. It was like opening a treassure to turn around and look at all these amazing things on the shelves and the old tabels.....

    I moved some of stuff closer to the window to get better pics, I know it's a rule breaker :oops: :oops:

    Here i a few shots from this place


















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    Last edited by Lusker; 30th Dec 11 at 23:08.

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    Wow! What a find!
    What kind of s school was it?! We never had stuff like that at my school!
    Cant imagine how you felt finding that for the first tome.
    Amazing photography too :) thanks for sharing.
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    Amazing find!

    Lots of people move stuff to get the better pic so you don't need to worry :)

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    Your pictures are fantastic, really enjoyed them thankyou!
    Fab find too, it's urbex paradise!!
    History has a habit of repeating itself....so it's important we respect it.

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    Thanks guys the school is 1 to 9 grade school build in the 30's many school's in Denmark got or use to have stuff like this..but time has changed in many ways

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    Great Find, as long as you put things back where they were, I donít see a problem. I enjoyed looking, Thanks.
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    Bloody amazing! Well done and thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lusker View Post
    Thanks guys the school is 1 to 9 grade school build in the 30's many school's in Denmark got or use to have stuff like this..but time has changed in many ways
    Why is it all the really cool school bits are abroad? :) Nice pics bud.

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    Whoooooahhhhh... shades of that Veterinary College in Belgium there! Aweosme stuff! Thanks for posting.
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    Incredible find.
    Must have been an absolute dream to find all of that still there.
    Beautiful pictures mate. Well done.:)
    When she smiles it looks like an exploding pig... Erotic.

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