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    Default St. Ann's Grange


    Just adding a small footnote to the history of this place. Most recently a pub it's now scheduled for demolition as even those trying to save it have given up the fight and the developers have got their way.

    When I visited it was completely open, and of course subsequently suffered a major fire. Easy to get in and I got some pics but no point really, just a trashed pub. I liked the outside very much, but as I said, soon to be gone.

    Additions and alterations have destroyed some of the features, but nevertheless, quite nice.





    And a smaller detail here;

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    is this the 'parklane special' you showed us? it looks like its been a fabulous building in the past, how does the inside look, dare i ask?

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    Im so clever to trash a building
    brings nothing new to the table. For now an armchair Explorer :o

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    That's the place cd. The inside looks like this;



    You can see where a large fireplace has been taken off the wall. Good money for someone there. The plasterwork on the ceiling looks original.

    Another room;



    I've put them in B&W as they were painted such awful colours! There is also a stable block which is much more original, and a small lodge house.
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    nice parquet floor anyway, shame it looks a bit 'pubbish'...the b+w looks good rick! you use colour very well though in your photography, especially since you seem to be a blue-sky magnet.

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    This has now been demolished.
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