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UK Brunel Campus, Runnymede, Egham, March 2014 (Visited - February 2014)

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Hi All

A little exploration around this place uncovered some little surprises,

Another joint venture with The Raw

Demolition crew in now, and signs they have been for a while

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Not much in there to be honest!

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It's alarmed up, pretty modern inside. I know the company there though if anyone wants a look, used it about 4 years ago for model shoots

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I have just stumbled upon this thread, I used to study here and it was a very impressive building, what a wonder it was to experience it in its heyday! These pics definitely brought back many happy memories but I'm also very upset to see the building/land fall into this condition...

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