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Thread: Aston Hall Mental Asylum - Derbyshire April 09 **Pic Heavy**

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    I Know I know, Thanks :p But still, what a feeling finding it after walking right to the bottom of the cellar. The exclamation of joy was because I though the chavs were not going to let me in. They did, I was happy, I got carried away. Sorry :)


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    Quote Originally Posted by james.s View Post
    I Know I know, Thanks :p But still, what a feeling finding it after walking right to the bottom of the cellar. The exclamation of joy was because I though the chavs were not going to let me in. They did, I was happy, I got carried away. Sorry :)
    No need to applogise, i know you pretty new to this and its just good etiquette to say thanks to those who give help and info on sites, thats all. :)
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    Ok Thanks, I will bear that in mind in the future :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gangeox View Post
    No need to applogise, i know you pretty new to this and its just good etiquette to say thanks to those who give help and info on sites, thats all. :)
    I know what you mean chap, though I prefer to trade information if possible
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    Sorry I didn't put this on the last post, but compare my pictures of the maintenance block roof from my two visits, you will see that the whole roof is gone on the second one, without a trace, so someone has obviously nabbed the main roof trusses

    Oh, I forgot to post the picture :o
    Here it is:
    Last edited by james.s; 23rd Apr 09 at 15:02.

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    Default Wood benches Pikied!


    The workbenches in Engineering have now been Pikied


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    awww, couldn't you have got some power to the rectifier? It would have looked superb to see that glowing nicely.


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    I will have to go back some day with a thousand volts in a backpack
    Shame about the benches, I think.

    A barrel of petrol has moved from the generator room into the engineering block too, so I am guessing it will only be a matter of weeks until it is burnt down :(

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    Friendly Chav Are you from this earth

    It's all over.

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    the roof is fooked now
    this is how it was


    credit to mr sam:)

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