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UK Malsis School Crosshills July 2017

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Visited with @GK_WAX and @Dangle_Angle. Don't know much about it, it was used as a school up until closing in 2014. Planning permission has been given to build new houses on the grounds.It was a pleasant surprise to be greeted by the grand hallway with no damage done by the local kids.Here are some of the photos I managed to get: 


36078520345_d7fe35093e_h.jpgIMG_3932 by mike lavin, on Flickr


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