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    Arrow Rutland Cutlery, sheffield


    I know this place has been done but just thought I would add my perspective, funny how people see things differently?!
    My first official urban explore, this was quite an adrenaline rush, which nearly became a heart attack when we were dive bombed by the resident guard pigeons upstairs!
    The place has been stripped of anything that most would deem as valuable, but was still very atmospheric from the sweepings of blades from unfinished cutlery and gloves used during polishing, to the lonely christmas trimmimg left behind as staff left for the last time. The time on the clocking out clock seemed quite poignant too.
    I apologise for the mouse trap shot, but I found it amusing.....
    Anyway, the place was quite tidy at the time of our visit, it appeared to have not been discovered by the crackheads, perhaps because of its proximity to main roads. If you are in the area I would recomend a visit.
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    Not bad at all, I particularly like your third picture up from the bottom. Welcome to the site :)

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    Like james.s said, welcome to the site :) you've got some good photo's there. I also like the third photo from the bottom. You're also right when you say it's nice to see photo's from places that people have gone before, to get a different perspective of the same place.

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    Thanks for your comments! Planning my next expidition as we speak!


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