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UK Not Certain College, Sept 2013 (Pic heavy)

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Loved this place, visited with ZeroUE and a non member (Mark)

Again another explore that I thought would be a few hours turned into 6 or so.

Went a bit crazy with the macro shots in the chapel so apols in advance

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finally we left the chapel to have a nose around the rest of the place

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