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UK Prudential Assurance Building - Oldham dec 2017

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Whats This a report from me NOOOOOO Wayyyy lol. Sorry aint been upping much hopefully that will change.

Anyways i know a few been here etc but thought i would up mine.

 

History:

Not much im afraid and i aint copying anyone else. What i do know is a pub/club was underneath and its been up for sale quite a bit. Also it has some lovely terracotta walls etc .

 

Explore:

Visited on a invite from @GRONK after a little look with @stranton and mentioned it to gronk has it could be worth a visit has me and strant didn't get time. And even though a lot is trashed a lot was deffo worth the trip. And getting in well it was more open than some of the ladies of the night i have seen in both Leeds and Sheffield lol. A big difference from when me and strant went.

Anyways on with what you want to see the pics. so enjoy all.

 

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A few shots from bar area ..

 

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Dont forget your coat lol..

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Now my fave bits ..

 

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@GRONK getting in my shot lol

 

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The smell in here ffs was unreal. #URBEXPOO lol

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Ok thats it for now enjoy sll. Will deffo try to get some more done. If not before crimbo have a cracking Christmas all  and a urbex filled 2018 for all. Thanks for looking.....

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Lovely looking building from the outside but looking sorry inside :( Still worth it for that tile-work (love the tiled pillars) and woodwork. Cheers for sharing mate :thumb 

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Yep @hamtagger m8ty the tiles and woodwork still in semi decent state . That's all that's worth seeing and the fireplace. Thanks for replying matey. And have a great crimbo.

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I also especially like the great woodwork and the tiles. Thanks for showing us. 

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