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What a beautiful old girl. Managed to get a few pics before the bulldozers came. Wish I had gone sooner and had a sneaky peek inside.

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We couldn’t gain access, we met

up with a chap while there who took the opportunity and we

later heard he’d been escorted off site. 

 

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3 hours ago, Leslinsm said:

Yes many entry points but high fences and security. 

Photos taken through fences. 

 

Pallisade here was always a bit of a pain :( 

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