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Report - Gloscat - Gloucester (Part One)

Discussion in 'Other Sites' started by Da-Mop, Oct 26, 2008.

  1. Da-Mop

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    On sunday I left on a train to Gloucester with CLebby (not so gorgious George:D). We were heading to Gloucester to see the Gloscat Building that Clebby had discovered and explored a week earlier. He had also tried it with Rookinella, Userscott, Kinger, Montstar and Markymark the day before with no avail due to a Exercist style parking attendant. Any way good explore with a few problems. We met up with Rookinella and Userscott at about 2 (with a few problems with getting lost) before leaving for the explore. Userscott and Clebby led me and Rookinella in. Enjoy!

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    The Art-deco style Front (what you can't see is the 9 storey incredibly ugly tower block at the back).
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    This is what confronted us as we first went in, the D.T Department.[​IMG]
    Broken Sinks
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    Some of the tools
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    Clebby really want ot get of the roof of the Building
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    Some remanance of the building classes
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    Interesting signs
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    Teachers desks from classes that no longer continue
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    Circuit boards
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    One of the never-ending corridors
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    Old books from the english Department
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    Books meeting their maker, in the English department
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    When we got to the science Department we were confronted with the cleaning tools and dishwashers.
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    The students had a lot of respect for famous scientists
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    Gas taps and sinks
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    The cracked floors were everywhere
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    Brocken Clocks
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    Many a broken Window
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    Make sure you read Part Two
     
    #1 Da-Mop, Oct 26, 2008
    Last edited: Oct 27, 2008

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