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    Had a return visit to Pyestock this week with Adrian5127 and D-Kay to see some bits we missed last time, bumped into another 3 explorers whilst we where in there, so hi did not catch your names.



















    D-Kay doing his thing

    Last edited by krela; 15th Oct 09 at 11:53.

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    Cell 4 pic is lush as is the Airhouse turbines shot...always great to see my fave playground again.

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    Top pics bud, i bet the air house one was a good climb to get a photo from there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dazaf View Post
    Top pics bud, i bet the air house one was a good climb to get a photo from there!
    Taken from the crane gantry.........

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    Yeah i know long old way up! Got half way up but didnt fancy going that far, bigger balls than i have!

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    Quote Originally Posted by klempner69 View Post
    Cell 4 pic is lush as is the Airhouse turbines shot...always great to see my fave playground again.
    I see blue pipes everyday in the house and I feel I have been blessed from above!
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    Quote Originally Posted by chelle View Post
    I see blue pipes everyday in the house and I feel I have been blessed from above!
    Stu how dare u edit my post...............blessed u must be joking.......i couldnt even get a british blue cat cos the poor little sod wud be called pyestock after all those bloody pipes
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    Krela,close this thread due to member dispute under one`s house.

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    Great pics, love how you have captured the colours!!


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