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    Default The old prison


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    Scary stuff! I'd have been terrified that a door would have slammed behind me and I'd have been doing time in there!!
    Why go through a door when there's a perfectly good window?
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    Fantastic, must have a very eerie atmosphere. :)
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    Excellent report,amazing looking site.

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    Fantastic location and awesome pics! Great report, thanks for sharing :)
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    amazing, Looks fairly untouched too

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    Don't like it's in the UK, great set of photos.
    May the shadow of Murphy never darken your door."
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    Very eyrie I wonder if it's haunted. The kitchen looks pristine .

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    When I saw the title I wondered if it was going to be 'this one'...and it was! Currently #2 on my must see list...
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    That's absolutely stunning! Thanks for posting this, I love it... so off the normal list!
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