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    I visited here with jsp77 a couple of weeks ago. This old building stands behind a lovely set of iron gates, is set in the grounds of a large estate and hides in the trees just off the main track. Itís clear this place has been left for quite some time as it has fallen into a state of disrepair; the roof is completely collapsed in places and nature is taking over. On the way out we came across a very unusual statue of 3 boys - Iíve never seen anything quite like it before. I loved everything about this place - from its location to its design :)






















































    Thanks for looking,

    Rubex

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    What a beauty, thanks Rubex.

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    A bit good that Rubex, I hope you didn't pick up any splinters, Loved it, Thanks
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    You have come away with some lovely shots there Rubex:D was a good day.

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    Wow this is marvelous, what a beautiful place!

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    Lovely looking place that guys, very historical, another one that should be saved!

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    Yes I agree what an unusual statue!!! Is it a cherub being bitten by a lizard??? Am i trippin!!! Its abit crazy wotevers goin on lol

    Love the building and your close ups of the metalwork:D
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    Loved this :D

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    Cheers everyone :)

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