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    the face looks so cool from a far away though! even with the crappy tagging on it now




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    I first visited the tower (to give it it's proper title, The Church of St Mary and All Saints, Thundridge), about 35 years ago, the doors were not then blocked up, there was no graffiti and high up on the walls, inside, were the remains of a couple of framed tapestries (just the diamond shaped frames with remnants of cloth still attached), quite surprising really as the 12thC church that was originally attached to the 15thC tower was demolished in 1853
    It made the news again last year when the farmer that has the fields adjacent to the church had a bit of a wobbly after a few too many sherbets

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    I dont usually like grafitti, but that face in the first pic looks amazing!Doesnt look out of place like most does, it kind of compliments the place. I will have people chasing me with pitchforks for saying that! Great report
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    My Blog http://nellyurbex.blogspot.com/
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    it does look good from far away I hate to say it haha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nelly View Post
    Aarrrh, run away, to the tower and hide in shame
    He who binds to himself a joy. Does the winged life destroy.
    But he who kisses the joy as it flies. Lives in eternity's sunrise.

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    Looks a cool place would be creepy at night , its becoming apparent your feet are becoming your signature great work .

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    haha cheers mate, my feet make an appearance in almost all my pictures apart from lillesden I actually forgot to do one at lillesden school for girls :O i was shocked when I got home and went threw them all haha!

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    points for bringing ur own t-lights!!

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    you kinda needed to bring a light, I wasnt expecting the stairs to be so damn dark either, a lighter really didnt help the situation! haha
    t lights for the win right

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