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Jake Alan Craig

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28DL Full Member
Dec 19, 2017
West Midlands
So, here's another one. Kidderminster Court is probably the most popular abandoned building in the whole of Kidderminster. I've been in this place more times than I can remember, I dont know any history on this place but it was a good place to wander around. If you do you to this place, please be careful as the floors are collapsing, i wouldn't recommend going on a rainy day tho as the only was in is across a slippery asbestos roof.]

Here's the front of the place, there was an art project to make the place less of an "eyesore" but unfortunately all of the eyes on the artwork have been sprayed out. Ironic... Now there's no eyes to be sore. ;)

There's a basement in here as well, down by the cells.

Here's the main court room, there's another one but its in WAY worse condition than this one, all damp and the floors sinking in.

There was a ripped up paper Ouija board in the basement.

Here's a nice shot of the central staircase.

This filing cabinet was down in the basement, I just thought it looked nice.

Here is the smaller, more manky looking court room.

And this is whats below the manky looking court room.

And finally, an old grubby phone.

Stay safe out there explorers.
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