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    Arrow Hurst Court


    I have made a similar post on another forum, i would like to bring this place to everyones attention because although it is small, it was a very interesting explore.

    This old peoples home was vacated about 1999, bizarrely there is evidence of conversion work starting inside but this was stopped some time in 2002 - likely because of funds.



    The design of the building is very eccentric and doesn't make a lot of sense but that aside it is a little gem with tiled floors, unusal shuttered windows and a well established, ivy covered facade.

    i'll add some more pics when i work out how....

    Too Much Reasoning Kills Inspiration, Stone Dead

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    Hi mister Bones. Good to see you here, Is this the place you posted photos of on your Deviantart Account? I'm Looking foreward to seeing some Interiors.

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    Hi again Mr B.

    Look forward to seeing the pics of Hurst Court!
    Went there some years back. Even then a bit trashed :(
    Got some pics too -just need some spare time to pop them onto me website!!

    Lb

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lightbuoy;9597;
    Hi again Mr B.

    Look forward to seeing the pics of Hurst Court!
    Went there some years back. Even then a bit trashed :(
    Got some pics too -just need some spare time to pop them onto me website!!

    Lb
    very interested to know that you have been! I will submit some more pics when i have a spare bit of time!
    Too Much Reasoning Kills Inspiration, Stone Dead


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