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    Can anyone tell me why these pictures are not showing up?

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    Last edited by Tomhowe; 15th Apr 11 at 15:55.

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    Follow the instructions on [ame="http://www.derelictplaces.co.uk/main/showthread.php?t=17009"]this thread.

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    Great stuff mate, I visited this place way back in 1993, it looks like some clearance of trees has gone on?

    Here is a few of my oldies, hope you don't mind but its good to contrast:

    The bridge, before the big pointy fence was put up:


    Under platform tunnels


    Old posts that would have held the station sign


    Good to see you can still get round to see it, thanks for the update!
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    TK421, they are abfab to compare to, wish i could have seen those sign posts though, Maybe a little more snooping and ill find them The main reason i went to take a few snaps is because Clowes have recently cleared the area making it a little more accessable - didnt stop me tripping over though! I think i may have found a signal stump jus outside the station but i didnt have time to take a pic at the time but will do next time
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    A really nice tour and I like your pics a lot, Tom. Had to come back for another look.
    Just wish I still had an open fireplace...oh, and lived nearer...and own a wheelbarrow!
    Cheers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxylady View Post
    A really nice tour and I like your pics a lot, Tom. Had to come back for another look.
    Just wish I still had an open fireplace...oh, and lived nearer...and own a wheelbarrow!
    Cheers.
    Lol Im still not finished with these pics, im gonna be going back down again soon as there was a few bits that i missed or didnt come out well (Takin a better Camera)

    For full descriptions of each photo, Please Visit my Flikr page

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/61770123@N05/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomhowe View Post
    TK421, they are abfab to compare to, wish i could have seen those sign posts though, Maybe a little more snooping and ill find them The main reason i went to take a few snaps is because Clowes have recently cleared the area making it a little more accessable - didnt stop me tripping over though! I think i may have found a signal stump jus outside the station but i didnt have time to take a pic at the time but will do next time
    Just looking back through my photos, i noticed one half hidden post
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    Good man Tom, glad you liked the old photos, there is a few more on my flickr page. Glad to see the site has been cleared a bit allowing for better photos mate.

    cheers

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    Agree, it was very overgrown when me and Mendo visited the place a few years ago, looks a lot better for it too. Did you have a look in the warehouse building? it's lovely in there, especially in the underground vaulted area.

    Cheers,

    Sal
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