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UK Coleg Harlech - Wales - May 2017

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Some pics from one of the weekends explores, it took a while to find an entrance but we got there in the end. And yes, we did get to the roof. Not sure when this hall of residence ceased to be used but signatures in the toilets for cleaning rota ended in 2011. At time of building this was the only 'skyscraper' to be built in a national park, maybe it still is. The college has had multiple funding issues over the years hence these dorms being now disused and this hasn't stopped, the main college is also due to be closed this year.

 

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9 minutes ago, hamtagger said:

Thanks for sharing :) What's that building out the window in pic 8? Looks interesting-er :D 

 

That happen's to be the abandoned hotel next door ;) I will try post some of the photo's tomorrow.

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