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    Default British sugar..suffolk


    Visited this place early last summer.visited with red mole and janovitch.we worked our way through the jungle of overgrowth to get it.the main factory has long gone from here.all that's left is the silos.there is not a lot inside to see.its very dark.and dingy.very messy and it stinks.it was sunny as we got there.then the clouds started coming in.it went very dark.luckily just as we got back to the car there was a massive storm.









































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    Sweet, Thanks
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    Love the moody sky, some really great images that show the scale of them muvers!

    Great internals too, looks rather strange inside, i like lol

    Def worth seeing even though the rest of site has been cleared...I have a feelin they maybe gone now, must goolge it;)
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    Lovely.. love these :)

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    Nice dramatic shots with that sky
    Good work Mikey
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    Cool that, nicely shot.


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    Great photos MM, do they still smell rank inside?

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    Thank you all.it really stunk inside.
    I like to go where others fear to tread.

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    I love those clouds in the first shot, good job dude and it certainly looks grotty inside!
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    Oh my god, the first inside picture, I had to do a double take! I thought that was a body under the plastic

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