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Default Pendleton NHS walk in center - April 2011 - 03-04-2011, 23:12

Visited with Buddah.

Located on Broad street, at the top end of Broughton road.

Not a lot to say about this really, we spotted it on the way out of Manchester, it looked like an interesting building so we stopped to take a look, all i can say is we were disapointed, what looks like it could be a nice mooch from the outside, is a partition wall and suspended ceiling wreck on the inside, so poor infact, buddah didn't even bother getting his camera out, and i only shot hand held at iso 6400, so they are nothing more than snaps!

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Default 03-04-2011, 23:59

good effort chaps
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Default 04-04-2011, 02:44

Never mind..... ya can't win em all.
always worth a look though, you never know
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Default 04-04-2011, 15:58

Yeah it was toss, there looked like there was some nice features hidden away but it was basically a complete wreck. Strange thing is though all the coppers still in there, non of it had seem to have gone missing.


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Default 04-04-2011, 16:16

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What's this building with the interesting tower?


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Default 04-04-2011, 16:18

I think he said it was gates mill, it seems to have been converted into apartments though.


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Default 04-04-2011, 17:36

it used to be queens park motorcycles, and before that it was a co-op building, i've been in most of it a fair few years ago when i worked in the trade, there was some nice features in there, but as said, it seams o of been converted to appartments


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Default 18-04-2011, 09:41

The gateway is doable I did it and climbed to the top of that tower a while ago.

As to this place, No way! I drive past everday on my way to work, saw the front door handing off the other day ut decided not to go inside.

The reason all the coppers still there is probably because there is a fucking massive main police station literally across the road....


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Default 26-04-2011, 20:25

Never mind you got some great views from the roof well done
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