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Thread: Westfield House, Barnsley, March 2017

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    Looks like it would have been a wonderful property with all the lovely stone carvings, I wish folks would stop burning things down, looks like at some stage it was being looked after as it has metal shutters but they must have given up now, shame.

    Thanks interesting report;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by prettyvacant71 View Post
    Looks like it would have been a wonderful property with all the lovely stone carvings, I wish folks would stop burning things down, looks like at some stage it was being looked after as it has metal shutters but they must have given up now, shame.

    Thanks interesting report;)
    Cheers mate. Really can't see the attraction of setting fire to nice old buildings. Shame the pondlife do...

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