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Report - Town Hall, Wakefield - December 2012

Discussion in 'High Stuff' started by Fudge, Dec 11, 2012.

  1. Fudge

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    Visited this one alone.

    This night initially began with the intention of going to check out what would have been a really nice roof in Huddersfield, but the scaffolding had been taken away in the space of two days. I mean, builders are lazy, I have to chase them up all day every day, two days, really?! Anyway, lets not dwell on that. Fearing I was boarding the fail train I scooted on over to Wakefield where I've been meaning to take a look at the roof of the cathedral. This didn't work out either. Final attempt at getting a roof to keep me sane I decided to look at the Town Hall. A little bit of sneaking around and I was up on the roof before I knew it.

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    If anyone has more history on the place then feel free to correct me, I'm no expert on the history of the area.

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