Right people, it's back to school for you lot! luckily for the guy's it's a girls school!!
The school was designed by J. M. Bottomley and G. T. Wellburn of Leeds and built in 1910. It was built in an Edwardian Baroque style, in an English cross bond utilising red brick and with white faience dressings.
In 1971 the school amalgamated with Doncaster Grammar School and was renamed Hall Cross Comprehensive. The building here is the Waterdale location.
By Dubbed Navigator
Hello all from a longtime, somewhat rusty forum user.
Having moved to the Leicester area 18 months or so ago, the exploring itch has well and truly returned.
I needz derp.
Although there isn't a shortage of it in my area, I do have a shortage of explorers that I know. For someone that doesn't favor solo explores, this is a slight stumbling block.
So, whos about and up for wander?
By he who must rome
My Quarry was the old Pioneer house at Dewsbury once in thought I was home free fek !!!!! was I wrong !, cat n mouse with coppers for 1/2 an hour good job I feel at home on high ground taking shelter on the roof for a while, eventually got my ass down and out whilst they were still in the place.
didn't manage to get the camera out in there but on my sly retreat entered the fire escape of the building next door for a few high pic's.
Right this is local to me so after a call from Space invader saying did i fancy a drive round off we went..As the last person who posted pointed out we just cant find any history on the place..plenty for the Deaf school which is still in use just none for the chapel which..well isnt in use!
So a short report and a few pics of a sunday afternoon wander out!
Right there you go just a quick short but pleasant way to spend a while out on a sunday..followed by lots of recce so hopefully new stuff to follow..Thanks for looking