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    So after what turned out to be a bad day with fails and a brief encounter with two very nice policemen and some angry builders we found ourselves here for another visit.I visited with man gone wrong and janovitch.even though the place is battered now it is still a great place to visit for the corridors,colours and doors and the decay is amazing,as we were finishing up a lady and a man turned up with a dog.they turned out to be the people who look after the place.they were the nicest people you could meet and as they took us too the easy way out we chatted lots about the place.





















































































    Last edited by Mikeymutt; 16th Feb 18 at 17:40.
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    Nice photos and lots of corridors to shoot.
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    Cracking set mate. All about the colours and corridors.

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    Corridor heaven isn't it! Great set.

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    Fantastic set as usual mate,
    thanks for sharing :)
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    Did you see any fire damage? Google Earth looks as though some of the buildings have been on fire

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    Quote Originally Posted by James Shaw View Post
    Did you see any fire damage? Google Earth looks as though some of the buildings have been on fire
    Think there has been a few little ones but nothing major.not a lot has changed
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    Great corridor shots, this place still has a lot of charm, proper job mikey!
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