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UK Ushaw seminary baths July 2016

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visited ushaw seminary baths with @Dangle_Angle and Gk-WAX after a early morning start upto Durham ushaw seminary was on the list for the day. The baths was part of the seminary we wanted to see as it hasn't yet suffered in the hands of the local riff raff that seem to have taken a dislike to the seminary and smash and break anything in sight. So here's so photos of the pool. 

 

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Nice to see something different good stuff m8ty. And nice to see Mr wax about again. Spoke to him earlier in week he said he was off out with ya. Anyways nice pics and report m8ty ...

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