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Thread: Sunrise Medical/Caparo, Stourbidge, December 2012

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    Thanks guys.



    Quote Originally Posted by krela View Post
    I want a quickie...
    Steady on, wouldn't want to make the mods jealous...........;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by TranKmasT View Post
    Thanks guys.



    Steady on, wouldn't want to make the mods jealous...........;)
    From what I've heard about Urbanx he gets plenty of quickies, not sure about the other mods though...

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    I'd heard that rumour. UrbanX is the Robin Askwith of UE world.
    I'm still waiting for the video "Confessions of an urban explorer"
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    Quote Originally Posted by TranKmasT View Post
    I'm still waiting for the video "Confessions of an urban explorer"
    That, my friend, is the stuff of nightmares!

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    nice one...quite fancied seeing inside of here..thanks for that :)
    “Exploration is really the essence of the human spirit...and sharing is an act of kindness..dont be afraid to ask..i own none of what i explore..”

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    Looks a real good explore is place ,Thanks for posting :).
    Looking beyond the pictures. :p


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    why would you name something 'quickie'????????????

    great pictures though, may have a mooch around soon as its not too far :)

    L x

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    Someone's got a sense of humour making the elderly ring up and ask for a quickie haha.
    Nice find, weird that the machinery is still in there.
    Nice shots, get that last photo on the portraits thread ;)

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    Drove past Sunrise today its going downhill fast,,loads of debris outside & lots of smashed windows roadside sad!.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flyboys90 View Post
    Drove past Sunrise today its going downhill fast,,loads of debris outside & lots of smashed windows roadside sad!.
    That is sad but lets face it, not surprising. Thanks for the update.
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