Back to the UK for this explore of an abandoned Magistrates Court and police station, somewhere in the North of England. The Court closed in 2011 as part of a round of closures of 93 Magistrates and 49 County courts.
I had recced this location in October last year but it was sealed. However, I got a tip-off that it was now doable, so made my way there in the company of new exploring buddies Urbanographer and Wasted Abandon.
Upon gaining access we quickly discovered that the doors through to the cells and the adjoining police station were locked, but after a bit of searching we had soon located the keys!
On with the photos – as always [click on a photo to VIEW LARGE]
A guide to the Courtroom layout.
I loved the tiles in these older cells.
Time to reflect on my sins… and take a cheeky selfie.
No-one likes a grass… except the criminal justice system of course.
One of the Magistrates’ ante-rooms.
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Many more great locations coming very soon!
Great bit of luck here – enjoyed the visit.
Once again a great set Adam. Thank you again for introducing me to this location.