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UK Bury police HQ April 2015

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a recent visit with @woopashoopaa @Telf and @GRONK was a fun day out had by all of us.visited various locations so on to the police station after have a good look around and telf working out our way on site we spotted our entry point finally got in all was good headed streight upstairs was going well till we reached the ground floor and got busted. so not many pictures as i was more busy looking around and to be honest not really much to see a bit of history and pics....

The building has been empty since 2010, when the police force left Irwell Street for a new £16 million base in Castlecroft Street.

A Greater Manchester Police spokesman said: “We recommend that the public do not enter condemned buildings and adhere to safety signs that are on these buildings.

“We will arrest and detain anyone who is caught breaking and entering.â€

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I no this isn't the best or most exiting explore. But it certainly kept us on our toes and was funny as we new there was a good chance someone would be on there way to get us out :police::police:

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I've only seen one other report from here. There's two buildings to the station and he did the other one to us...

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Ahh nice report! this used to be a good explore although there isn't much left of it now! aha I have heard they are planning on using explosives from a local lad to bring down the rest of the building nothing has been confirmed tho! nice to see a good report on this place! there full day time secca here now tho!

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