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Thread: CWM Coke Works

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    Quote Originally Posted by nursepayne View Post
    Sorry to drag such an old thread back up but I just got back from visiting CWM over the weekend, having just arrived home I rushed to see who else had been there and your pictures are fantastic, they really capture the mood of it.
    I could have spend a week in there, there are so many diffrent angles and tiny little hidden bits the exploring is almost endless:)

    Thanks, CWM is a location that remains special to me, A place that keeps me coming back always taking away something new from each visit. I look forward to seeing some of your recent photos.

    Joe


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    Cracking set of pics guys it reminds me of the South bank coke ovens at South Bank near Middlesbrough (still operating).

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    Wooo, seeing this thread has really given me the urge to see this place! its like the kind of place I dream aboutゔぃしちんg, fantastic!!!

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