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    Default The old church school house


    After seeing rubex's report on this place so I visited with her,I fell in love with the place as soon as i entered the place.the building is in a bad way.with holes everywhere.and for once I did not go through the floor.the stairs where particularly bad with several steps missing up top.i had to pull myself on the landing using the bannister.





















































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    Wonderful photos Mikey,really vibrant. Can't pick a favourite.

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    It's easy to see why you fell in love with this place. Terrific images.

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    It truly was a lovely place
    I like to go where others fear to tread.

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    You done better than we did, we took about 2 photos each, found a porno, couldn't stop laughing forgot to take any more pics!
    Nice one, thanks for sharing :)
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    You got some really nice photos :) glad you decided to visit!

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    thats a lovely set there Mikey.

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    Very good photos, it's a shame that the place is getting worse for wear.
    When the going gets tough - the tough get going.

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    Nicely Done Mikey, Thanks
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