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Jondoe_264

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I swung by here a couple of months back. It was one of those little "check it out while I'm near by" type places. It was well secured, alarmed and had security personnel. As it's a pretty small place and I had somewhere else I wanted to check out I decided to move on and spend more time at the other place.

A nice photographic site dedicated to St. Joseph's here: Mount Street

Looks like a very interesting little place inside and out!

JD
 

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Right thanks for that , my mum knows the estate agent selling it she has spoken to them to see if i can take pics i will keep things posted
 

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I swung by here a couple of months back. It was one of those little "check it out while I'm near by" type places. It was well secured, alarmed and had security personnel. As it's a pretty small place and I had somewhere else I wanted to check out I decided to move on and spend more time at the other place.

A nice photographic site dedicated to St. Joseph's here: Mount Street

Looks like a very interesting little place inside and out!

JD
where was the other place you were checking out?
 

Jondoe_264

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nice site like your pics
Hey Helen,

The link I posted to the Crossley site was just one of the two sites that I know of that are dedicated to Crossley. I haven't put my Crossley pics on my site, which is www.sub-urban.com, as I haven't been putting derelict content on sub-urban for a while now. Some of my Crossley pics can been seen on UER here, but you have to be a full member to view them I think?

Cheers,

JD
 
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