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Thread: Tangley Place - Guildford - March 2008

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    Default Re: Tangley Place - Guildford - March 2008


    Another beautiful building just left to rot Love the outside of the building, its gorgeous, and love the plasterwork detail around the arches and the ceilings.

    Any ideas on who owns the building nowadays? Im surprised no ones bought it and redone it up, althought would take a lot of work, still surprised no one has.

    Cheers,



    :) Sal
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    Default Re: Tangley Place - Guildford - March 2008


    Thank you all for you comments! I am clueless about the writing on the 3rd photo: gotta go back there! ;-)

    I ignore who the owner is exactly, but there are plans to make offices/flats. I heard the locals would like to see it restored...

    Cheers, Pipopo.

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    Default Re: Tangley Place - Guildford - March 2008


    the writing on the wall says this way to the rave, and has some arrows that take you to a random room if you follow it lol

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