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UK Doncaster School for Girls May (VISITED 2010) 2013

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Right people, it's back to school for you lot! luckily for the guy's it's a girls school!! :D

The school was designed by J. M. Bottomley and G. T. Wellburn of Leeds and built in 1910. It was built in an Edwardian Baroque style, in an English cross bond utilising red brick and with white faience dressings.

In 1971 the school amalgamated with Doncaster Grammar School and was renamed Hall Cross Comprehensive. The building here is the Waterdale location.

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Yeah, sorry for the age of my post's not been out of much lately :cry: just thought they would bring something different to the forum :)

@silverainbow, still there as far as I know, what with there being no money around for doing anything with it.

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Nice to see inside, it was sealed tight when I tried last year, not sure whats going on with the place these days

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