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    Went here today before Pianoforte to clear up loose ends, stuff I'd forgotten to photograph last time etc, and again it was a pretty much trouble free visit although we narrowly avoided a run-in with security who was actually doing a slow patrol!

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    Few more pics here http://www.flickr.com/photos/mookie4...57626461702552 thanks for looking:)
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    Great pics! Must have been great to explore that place.

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    Nice stuff Mooks, Even though we spent a while there ourselves, I hadn't seen the main entrance and the surrounding bits, and although this is a simple one in terms of access and reputation, it is still one of my favorite explores to date

    Thanks mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by nelly View Post
    Nice stuff Mooks, Even though we spent a while there ourselves, I hadn't seen the main entrance and the surrounding bits, and although this is a simple one in terms of access and reputation, it is still one of my favorite explores to date

    Thanks mate

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    Cheers:) it's one of my favourites too, it's pretty wrecked but the sheer size of the place makes up for it.
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