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UK Holding Cells (Old County Police, Wigan)- April 2016

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Holding Cells (Old County Police, Wigan) April 2016

 

Literally cant find any info on this place but @lavino and I decided to check this place out and found our way in......

Not much of interest to the police station but its well intact for a late 1800's  building.  Not graf'd and no leaks so it has all the features of a police station still .  What we were interested in though was the cells so we hunted and found....

 

Id say go check it out for yourselves and probably get a report out of it but heres my cell pics to wet your appetite....:thumb :police2:

 

 

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Thanks for looking all....

 

 

 

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Just now, Lavino said:

Good them Karl captured it well.. And the little fuckers are well hidden lol :cool2:

Haha yes they are....it pays to keep looking and not fuck off to some random mill! haha cheers for today :thumb

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