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    Awsome i`ve GOt to get there !!



    Great report


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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleMadam View Post
    WOW - big respect for going over there. Sounds like your dream became a reality that went prefectly.

    The childrens toys are sad, and I do not like the gas masks on the floor but a totally ACE report!!!

    You going back again?
    I personally think that gasmasks have a creepy beauty about them. As for going back. I sure hope that I am some day in the not too distant future!
    "I pushed the red button but everything happened so quickly and I locked myself away in fear...because I thought red was for stop."

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    Nice pictures looks all so eary
    There is no darkside of the moon Infact It's all dark (Damn it's broke again I told you not to mend it)

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    I've seen prictures of the floor of gasmasks before, but these ones are still creepy, as are the abandoned dolls.

    One of those banners is in Estonian, which is some distance away, I guess there was a mix & match of ethnic groups at big projects like this.

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