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    On a mission of an exploration to find a ROC post on the hill tops of Castleton an came across a trail of rubbish. Now this wasn't your normal run of the mill rubbish, it was spread across two different sites an it was old machinery. The first 1 was old farm equipment and the second was old quarry equipment. separated by a dead sheep...
    All round a total decay zone! Ex'd with RagaMuffin back in 0808
    Also round this location is a couple of quarries 1 or 2 more machinery graveyard an obviously Castleton village an all its tourist stuff

    Farm Equipment Grave





    Dead Sheep (Morbid? Maybe)



    Quarry Equipment Graveyard











    My 1 Half Decent Shot of Active Quarry



    An yes we did finally find the ROC post





    From the looks of it, it has been sold off an now in use for some unknown reason.
    Now we did set off to explore the ROC post but because of our chosen method of transport we ended up exploring something completely different



    Many thanks for any interest an any views welcome!
    Last edited by swedish; 1st Jun 09 at 20:41.

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    Once again fantastic shots Swedish. Your close ups are legend mate!
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    Totally agree with Shucky...those close-ups are brill.
    Great find too...love seeing the machinery and especially the quarry ones.
    Nice work, Swedish. :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Shuck View Post
    Once again fantastic shots Swedish. Your close ups are legend mate!
    Quote Originally Posted by Foxylady View Post
    Totally agree with Shucky...those close-ups are brill.
    Great find too...love seeing the machinery and especially the quarry ones.
    Nice work, Swedish. :)
    Thank you guys, always means alot to hear people like my work! An i agree to foxy was a wicked find, evan better than that was a complete accident!


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