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Keeping the Demolition Derby Alive…

The latest victim of 2009. Princess Anne School.

Built in the former town of Riverside, Princess Anne was built in 1956 and designed by local architects Johnson & McWhinnie.

Another one bites the dust… Maybe not the most important school building, but more local history lost, this time a piece of the history of Riverside.

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