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UK The Royal School For The Deaf Children Chapel feb - 2011

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Right this is local to me so after a call from Space invader saying did i fancy a drive round off we went..As the last person who posted pointed out we just cant find any history on the place..plenty for the Deaf school which is still in use just none for the chapel which..well isnt in use!

So a short report and a few pics of a sunday afternoon wander out!

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Right there you go just a quick short but pleasant way to spend a while out on a sunday..followed by lots of recce so hopefully new stuff to follow..Thanks for looking

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Nice one, looks quite cool. :)

Well i saw a certain persons report from last year and had forgotton about it untill space invader gave me a shout..rude not to really

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Nice one, looks quite cool. :)

Well i saw a certain persons report from last year and had forgotton about it untill space invader gave me a shout..rude not to really

I didn't even know this place existed.

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