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    Default Grain Mills, Gt Yarmouth - August 2009


    Took a look around this disused site after many months of pondering.

    Been abandoned since the 1990's and it showed. Pidgeon by-products were very much in evidence in a couple of buildings, but the place did have an amazing feel to it. More to come soon (when I can sort out a Flickr Pro account - lol)!!!

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    I love that remaining machinery. Nice find!

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    Dude,

    Did you shoot the Rabies sign on the door in the small unit to the right of the plant? I shot this place, was cool :)
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    @Sophos9 - nope, missed that one (you may have asked me this before - lol). Your pics of this site are awesome. As soon as I can upgrade to digital SLR I'll be going back. I got more pics of the offices which I'll put up soon (as in when I get a Flickr Pro account - lol)
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    Rabies is a killer


    What the hell went on here? (hope you dont mind the pic?)
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    wasn't there a petrol pump in this building?
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    Not sure?

    I found a load of criminal conviction print outs when in the building to the left (one thats been burnt out) - wonder how they got there?
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    Oh, I like this! Interesting stuff...looks like a good, moochable explore.
    Nice find and pics, Manof2w. :)
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    @Sophos9: I may be going back there sooner than later then

    @Foxylady: thanks for that :) It is well moochable
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    Hello Matey I accepted your Friendship request! Awesome shots, this was my first ever explore way back in Feb! Its a lovely place to go and shoot! I wouldnt want to go up the Silos though! Well done! what do you think of the Derelict Art college in Yarmouth! worth a try?
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