Photographs of an abandoned, derelict school have emerged after a photographer ventured into the neglected property to document it's decline.
The Macquarie Boys High School in Sydney's west was closed in 2009, a result of falling enrolments and after accusations the Department of Education had let it 'bleed to death'.
But the amount of damage done to the school in the past seven years makes it seem as if the property has been unused for much longer.
The photographer who took the images goes by the title Lost Collective and posted the images to Facebook.
He described how no room in the campus had been spared, and the entire site destroyed.
Even as he was shooting photographs there were teenagers at the school throwing chairs through windows, which he said seemed ordinary.
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