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    Default Fullers earth works feb 2011


    Hi there, we took a trip to fullers earth works with sparky. and got a few pictures from there but as it was my first report i didnt know what to get so have a look through and let me know.
























    Last edited by twiggy123; 6th Feb 11 at 13:32.

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    Default Fullers earth works red hill february 2011


    hi everyone took a trip down to fullers earth works in red hill today with my urban buddys twiggy123 and andrew. realy interesting explore quiet a big place. there is quiet abit of decay on the building but floors all seem to still be nice and strong.
    i managed to get quiet a few pictures today hope you enjoy them


















































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    It really is a big site, i will get my pics up when i get home, got the spoungebob thing which is quite funny.

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    Really good selection of pics twiggy, like the angle of first pic:)
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    I've merged the two threads because they are from the same visit :)
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    Thats great! i'll be going there again soon. :)

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    nice one chaps, thats how u go about it with some good pics of the place, yeah its a little trashed now but its a good couple of hours taken up and fair play for looking on google earth to find it ;)

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    Nice work guys.

    This place is like a big adventure playground with rusty walkways and ladders galore.
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    Hi guys after many months of lurking iv decided to make my first report, it is a joint one with Sparky. and twiggy123 who i went to fullers with, took a while to find it on google earth but once we got there it was easy to see it, hope you like the picturesm iv tried to avoid putting up the same pics as the others, but there are one or two that i love so i just had to Enjoy:)






















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    yeah it was a good day out really some interesting stuff in there, really worth a visit :)

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