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UK Carmel College, Revisit - Aug16

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to view my first report, click here

 

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This was the first stop on a road trip with @CuriousityKilledTheCat, @Biebs and a non OS member. 

 

I wasn't too hopefully about getting any shots in here but took my camera just in case.

after successfully exploring the labs, avoiding what seemed like about 50 people, we thought we'd try the main building, but unfortunately it was sealed so we thought we'd make a move onto the next site.
while we were leaving, we spotted that the swimming pool was accessible, after sneaking past an occupied camper van about 2 feet away we were in, and my god was it worth it. 
I've wanted to get in this place since my first visit, safe to say persistence payed off :D

Enjoy! (Sorry about the lack of photos) :thumb 

 

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Thanks for looking :D 

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Brilliant mate, looks really nice this. Well shot also :thumb 

Had a look at this spot with Vulex back in February. We where told to "fuck off" by what looked like a grounds keeper/handyman :-D

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On 23/08/2016 at 8:54 PM, Ferox said:

Brilliant mate, looks really nice this. Well shot also :thumb 

Had a look at this spot with Vulex back in February. We where told to "fuck off" by what looked like a grounds keeper/handyman :-D

 

You're lucky thats all he did!

 

The groundsman/security guard here is an unhinged dangerous loon, like Elwyn but worse. Three times he's attempted to run either my group or my friends groups over when chasing them out the property in his van, he's tried grabbing cameras, stopped people from leaving, been abusive, etc etc. He lives in a bungalow behind the manor house with two very big dogs.

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