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    I used to explore here when i was about 15, went back for a look when i went to visit my parents...



    The most fun part was the tunnel that led from this which was the dorms and kitchens, all the way across the grounds to here:







    I have no idea what the tunnel was for....





    sadly someone had blocked up the tunnel since my teenage visit. I guess it was to be expected, there was a shiny new padlock on the door at the other end to!

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    Nice one, thanks.
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    What a delightful place! I love the outside shots, especially the tunnel entrance. Really neat. :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxylady View Post
    What a delightful place! I love the outside shots, especially the tunnel entrance. Really neat. :)
    it is quite cute there, we saw lots of baby deer running around the outside!

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