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    Default Mill R. - Bury - June 2011


    Visited back in 2011 with Urban Spaceman and it was a knacker then, so it won't of improved.

    Squishy floors, burnt out - a real charmer of a building, an accident waiting to happen with the added bonus of anti vandal paint.

    Built in the early 1800s this textile mill closed in 2001 and has been a hotbed for the local fire starters ever since.

    Entrance is thru a hidden back door.















    We all like a bit of street art, but sadly to say even this was not up to the mark, other than this one.

    - Things may have improved in the art department since my last visit.




    Not so much a report but a warning, don't waste your time.

    Thank you for watching.

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    I Liked this place when i had a very quick run through it ...next time I went it was sealed at one access point and bricked up at another grrrrrr !!!!

    some nice colours in it and anice setting with the lil stream
    Zero reports, zero participation and then a PM asking for info tends to offend - I delete such PM's so don't waste your time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fragglehunter View Post



    Not so much a report but a warning, don't waste your time.

    Thank you for watching.

    Not a huge waste of time, we've finally located your missing Fraggle!


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    Quote Originally Posted by UE-OMJ View Post
    Not a huge waste of time, we've finally located your missing Fraggle!


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    right pass me the potato peeler, I may be a while....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judderman62 View Post
    I Liked this place when i had a very quick run through it ...next time I went it was sealed at one access point and bricked up at another grrrrrr !!!!

    some nice colours in it and anice setting with the lil stream

    You need to use the wormhole

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    Nice looking place is this :)

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    I actually liked this place to be honest, yes it's trashed beyond belief, but I do think it has a certain....charm ;) Nice pics :)

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    Cool place :) Nice photos!

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