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Visited with @hol_win

 

History;

 

From what i can gather combined with local knowledge the school closed 10 years ago so in fairness its in good shape :thumb Built in 1825 and sitting in a tiny village in N Yorkshire, this primary school had a maximum capacity of 58 pupils aged 4 to 11 and catered for the surrounding small villages. This is around the equivalent of 2 classes in a regular school. Closed in 2006 when the headteacher went to prison.

 

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Thanks for looking :thumb

 

 

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15 hours ago, The_Raw said:

Nicely done, fisheye ftw :thumb

 

I love it. Dont know how i did without it to be honest :D

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12 hours ago, mookster said:

I do like a school explore and thats a little gem

Pretty much unknown so its not been touched :thumb

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