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    Red face Bass Maltings, Sleaford '09


    Dropped in on this place after visiting St Johns.....The sheer size of the buildings was awesome..:)



















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    Those are fantastic shots Melbel. I like what seems to look like some sort of Engine Room?:)
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    Another one to add to my list i think! excellent pics, you caught the rays of sun really well.
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    fantastic pics, we have plans in place for an explore of here real soon, as most of the pics of seen from here so far are amazing

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    Default Engine room :)


    Thanks for the comments:) The shot that looks like an engine room is up the water tower, which is by far the best building in my opinion....(the spiral staircase is also in this building!

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    I can't get over how much I love your photos, Melbel. Lovely rich colours...not overdone...and loads of interesting details. Tis a great site too.
    Excellent work. :)
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    Default Foxy laydee!!


    Hey thanks so much for your comment...I will be brave now and put some more stuff on, as today was the first time I worked out how to post photos on a report!! Duh!!...Thank you again :)
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    Oh, now these are GREAT photos! Thanks for posting :)
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    Superb! I was over this side of the country last week and kept seeing signs for Sleaford, but didn't get the chance to go and have a look, alas. Maybe next time!

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    Great pics, Melbel. went for a look on a very rainy june day recently with Crashmatt, after seeing the report and pics from Gangeox and Neosea recently, great place isn't it? there was a hell of a lot of rainwater pouring in onto those wooden upper floors, hope something is done to at least make the place watertight so the parts that are still decent dont get ruined.

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