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Thread: Baileys Mill,Delph,Oldham March 2010

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    Arrow Baileys Mill,Delph,Oldham March 2010


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    ..thanks:)

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    Great to see a mill retaining some of the inner workings.

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    As above, good to see the interior hasn't been totally trashed or removed, must visit here myself. Great compositional work. I notice you have been at Barns too, went there myself in Feb, not uploaded yet! enjoyed it.
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    Love seeing some of the looms and other machinery still there. Quite a lot of interesting stuff...it looks like a great place for a good wander. :)
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    Nice work mate, really well captured, its a great place.

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    fine place is that nice report

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    Well captured m8,good stuff :)


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