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    So once you start looking at the photos, you'll realise that it's not a new explore, far from it in fact.(thanks to Rubex for the info, much appreciated) I'm kind of happy with some of the photos, but I picked a day when it was pretty dull outside. I had to use my flash with most of the photos, not always ideal.

    I'll be going back hopefully, just to try and get clearer photos, some seemed to come out a bit blurry.

    Anyway, on with the photos. It could be a bit photo heavy, so apologies for that. My personal favourite is the last one. Really odd kind of light coming through the window.
















































































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    I remember this. You took some great photos. :)

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    Nice set of pictures. The padawax polish pad I used to use in the past, you can still get something similar nowadays. The wedding photograph I can only presume was the previous owners, but looks 1930s same as The Times newspaper.
    When the going gets tough - the tough get going.

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    You're most welcome Palmtrees! I really enjoyed your take on this place, and I'm pleased to see it's still standing :)

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    Liking this lots, nice photos.

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    Thanks guys, I know it's an old explore but I loved it in there. Will definitely be going back for a longer stroll around.

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    Nicely captured Palmtrees, popped in here a few times. Thanks for sharing

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    It'd a tiny bit addictive isn't it. I didn't venture as far as you did :) but I'll be going back. Not entirely happy with some of my photos. But it's such a beaut of a place isn't it.

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    One of my favourite total deathtraps.
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    Pseudomerican

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