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    Default Abandoned Cricket Pavillion - Near St. Ives - June 2015 - Part 1 of 1......


    Noticed this on the way to the inlaws - apparently is hasn't been used for a few years. Access was gained by wading through a jungle of long uncut grass (unsuitable for a game of cricket!)





    All looks a bit run down















    I wasn't expecting an open door...



    It was pretty dark inside, couldn't see much













    Thanks for looking, all over now!

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    I enjoyed that, Thanks
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    Wow, part 2 should be immense

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    lovely pics again focus!

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    :):):):):):):):):):):):):):)

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    Nice one, would have been rude not to!
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    i seem to remember having seen a game of cricket going on there, but not for a long while. it has been subject to a lot of flooding in that area over recent years so probably lead to its demise

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigEye View Post
    Wow, part 2 should be immense
    I don't think this level of sarcasm is really relevant here, BigEye.

    Still, great photos Focus! Although your jokes leave a little to be desired ;)
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    Nice one! and well worth checking out.

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