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Lead or Rumour info - Charles Edward Brooke Girl's School, London

Discussion in 'Leads, Rumours and News...' started by The_Raw, Jun 26, 2016.

  1. The_Raw

    The_Raw 28DL Regular User
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    Evening all. Stumbled upon this empty school in Camberwell the other day. Had a quick poke around the grounds but it was a bit bait for a Sunday afternoon with quite a few neighbours overlooking the premises. It has apparently been empty for around 2 years and had some squatters over the Christmas period who were removed (https://housingactionsouthwarkandla...lising-homeless-people-support-the-squatters/) with an Interim Possession Order. It dates back to 1897 and was used as a hospital for soldiers (I think....) during the First World War from 1914-1919 (http://ezitis.myzen.co.uk/firstlondon.html). From peeking through the windows you can see original tiles and features but not sure what else is left inside, certainly a beautiful looking building, reminds me of Leeds girls school. Drop me a message if any of you have any joy with it. :p



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