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This was an old explore from 2012 , the church and school closed in  1977  and Im not sure if its still empty or has been redeveloped  

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Was a really good explore and the flying buttress on the building was amazing ..... so clever to design a building like that :) 

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1 hour ago, jones-y-gog said:

Liking the way you've captured the wide angle and detail. Looks a pretty cool explore that :thumb

Thank you :)

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