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UK A.T Primary School - Scotland - June 2013

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Don't really want to say too much about this place, as we've been asked not to.

Part 2 of the Scotland Weekend Tour..........I had been wanting to do a school for ages, so when we got wind of this we were off!!! Some of the guys went to a farmhouse, and joined up with us later.

Thanks to Scattergun Sickbag for expert guidance ;) Unfortunately Stussy didn't make this one :(

A nice relaxed mooch along with...Scattergun Sickbag, Jonathan Tattersall, Peterc4, PROJ3CTM4YH3M, The Baron Of Scotland, Laura StarUe Light & Mr Distopia.

On with the show......

















Sooooooo True!!!



Thanks for looking ;)

Edited by skeleton key

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They are stunning shots, you made that place look a whole lot nicer! Another fab explore :jump

Cheers ;) Really enjoyed the place, and can't wait to see your shots :)

Brilliant shots there! Loving the scary arse doll!!

Thank you :D Yea I really liked her too......but she did look strange! ;)

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Very nice to see something like this with lots of original features, that isn't trashed!

Nice pics

Yea was good to see plenty of stuff still lying around, but the place is trashed, I just had to choose my pictures carefully ;)

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Really really nice mate, well edited. They close ups have turned out well, love the crazy hair doll haha! Central stairwell turned out. Belter too, looks eel nice in black n white. Hope mine are as good!

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