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Did this one as a solo visit one cold and wet morning, the building is pretty trashed now with very few windows left in one piece. In response to this the owners have recently built a wooden wall around the building. The building consists of two floors and a small cellar but very few class rooms.
Built out of red brick around 1875 in response to the Education Act of 1870, Edleston Road Community Primary School operated for 133 years before moving to a different building about a mile away. It is believed that the building was constructed with steel beams that were made at the nearby Crewe Works, however no solid evidence currently exists to prove this. Following its closure in 2008 the building was used as a Childcare Centre by South Cheshire College whilst construction on a new college building took place, until 2011 when the building was left empty for the final time.
 - (Credit: Cheshire East Planning)
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