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    Hi all,

    There have been a bunch of Pyestock reports lately and I thought I'd add mine - even though it is a little old. It took us over two hours to get in to the site as security were aware of us to we did have to play a little cat and mouse! Once in though we had a pretty relaxed explore and spent most of our time wondering around the Plant House, we did try to get in to a few of the Cell buildings but at the time they were pretty sealed (and being urbex n00bs weren't feeling hugely adventurous!).

    Sods law though, just as we thought we'd call it a day security nabbed us...nice enough encounter though and whilst they were trying to extract all sorts of info from us (names, addresses, telephone numbers etc etc.) I had luckily spent a bit of time reading up on things so knew he was pushing it. God knows where the address we gave will take you ;)

    As always I put together a video slideshow on youtube: [nomedia]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wgfzwuDor6E[/nomedia]
















































    More on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/4869588...7624728675972/


    Thanks for looking!

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    Good to see some completely different angles from my fave place..very nicely shot too.

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    thanks! its such a huge site that i really do need to get back and do some of the more 'common' areas...with any luck i'll get down there again before they pull the site down :)


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