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    Arrow Dhustone Quarry - Titterstone Clee Hill - Shropshire


    This place has been mentioned on here before, but doesnt have any pictures, so I thought I'd contribute.

    The quarry closed in the 1950's/60's and is now very decayed.

    The quarying made this place quite 'alien' like which was pretty cool, and on the drive up looked like some ancient 'aztec' style ruins.












































    More info can be found below, the pdf has some nice images from back in the the day.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Titterstone_Clee_Hill

    http://www.thecleehilltrust.co.uk/pd...-overview1.pdf

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    great pictures mate -

    there's some great views from there too

    hello from the k'minster / kinver area too!
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    I love the rural feel to this. I get the impression that this is abroad for some reason!

    It's all over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krypton View Post
    I love the rural feel to this. I get the impression that this is abroad for some reason!
    the village of clee hill feels a lot like a soviet era gulag
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    Evening :)
    This is really cool, reminds me of the Buxton Lime Firms, but with a lot more buildings.
    Nice Photos.

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    nice work chap


    spent many hours in my youth wandering about there :) used to go up there to chill out and listen to rave music

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    looks like great location mate nice pics too
    ‘I don’t want to achieve immortality through my work, I want to achieve it through not dying’ – Woody Allen

    http://www.kingsleyscottphotography.co.uk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krypton View Post
    I get the impression that this is abroad for some reason!
    Quite probably because it's sunny.

    Awesome looking place! Never seen it before... Is there any underground parts?


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