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    This was one of our 1st explores so it might be a bit haggard. We went quite early this morning as its easy access with it being a main road. With it being mostly destroyed by vandalism it would have been better to go in sooner and see it in its original state as its been derelict for about 2 years. Enjoy!!



    the buildings from roadside:


    just inside:




    hallways:










    some rooms:











    alot of it was destroyed by vandalism:







    muriel's sitting room?:


    a filthy toilet:



    kitchen was in a state:






    tub full of old rusty keys:

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    Thats less to do with vandalism and more to do with pikeys stripping the place for copper piping and wiring by the look of it. Nice find though.
    Getting pretty derelict myself - anyone wanna take my pic?

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    nice one lads, looks the shit like.

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    Nice find fellas... I'd like to do a quality inspection on this one.....

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    Interesting report, shame how downhill Orrell has gone in the past decade... vandalism everywhere

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