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Thread: Westwood Mill - Huddersfield W.Yorks.

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    The reason i would'nt recommend a solo trip Swedish! Is that certain parts of the site now seem to be rather unstable. Especially on the upper floors. Hardly surprising really as she dates back to the late 18th century.

    Gaz.[/QUOTE]

    alrite cool as school gaz. u got access to PM's yet???

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarrenColeshill View Post
    Some really good shots.
    Cheers Darren.
    I just love this place :)
    Photography is like stalked prey! You have to be aware of whats around you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swedish View Post
    The reason i would'nt recommend a solo trip Swedish! Is that certain parts of the site now seem to be rather unstable. Especially on the upper floors. Hardly surprising really as she dates back to the late 18th century.

    Gaz.
    alrite cool as school gaz. u got access to PM's yet???[/QUOTE]

    Don't think i have mate?? No idea about the rules regarding PM's
    Photography is like stalked prey! You have to be aware of whats around you.

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