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Been waiting all week to go here only to find it's all been boarded back . so just some from the outside.☹️

 

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Still looks good from the outside - sadly probably better than it looks inside now-a-days. Good to see a few of the lesser seen parts there too.

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a lot was cleard out from the inside over  the last year, work has been done on the roof too to prevent it getting any worse, hope somthing  good is done with the place , 

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On 11/13/2018 at 9:05 PM, The_Raw said:

It's a beautiful building. Shame you didn't get to see the staircase inside. That's something else

 

That's one of the main reasons for going

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I visited it three and a half years ago with The_Raw, a great place. Too bad you couldn't go in to see the staircase. Whereby I have seen in recent photos, that there was annoyingly much destroyed now and parts of the decorations were stolen from the wood paneling.

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