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    This was a nice stroke of luck because I was invited to help out on an event taking place in the power station and I managed to get the trust of the owner and they literally just handed over the keys and told me to be careful.

    It was a brilliant afternoon though I wasn't brave enough to climb all the way to the top of the scaffolding!

    Sorry for the quality of some of the pictures I don't have a brilliant camera unfortunately.
































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    Quality place i would so love an explore of this great place not likely though thanks for sharing and there is some really nice shots too
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    Thank you :) Im glad you like them!!

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    I been wanting to see shots of the inside for some time now. Amazing so much is still intact. Nice job!

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    You're very lucky to beable to get in so easily!

    Great photos.
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    Brilliant Jen, absolutely fantastic!! :)
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    Great set of photos, especially the one of the cranes.

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    Thats insaine. Just handing over the keys, fantastic pictures, love all the old dials. Thanks for Posting!

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    Nice one! What an oppertunity you've had, we're not al all jealous:p
    Pics look great too BTW.
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