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    Okay guys, so really late with posting this on up, explored Nov2012 with MrDystopia. First explore of this place for myself and it was well worth the 6hr car journey, soaked through from a few hours of rain and nearly 36hours of no sleep.

    Alot of people know the history Pyestock, but for those that might of missed it some can be found here... www.ngte.co.uk.

    Anyway on with some shots.


























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    Fabulous shots......

    Funny how pye has explorers being busted 24/7 but not an ounce of copper remains?
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    Always nice to see this place, would have loved to see more myself but alas it was not to be, security are really good :(

    Nice set of images!!

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    Ah Pyestock... so far it has got the better of me, after one attempt a while back when I was passing... Need to try again before it's too late!
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    What's going on with pic 5, the aspect ratio looks odd, or is that opening really oval?

    Well done on getting into Pyecrust, those who know us will tell you we've had more failed attempts here than you can shake a mucky stick at! :)
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    good one mate, travelling all that way you just HAD to get in , great piks.

    been passed a few times but still not attempted it yet
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    Quote Originally Posted by TeeJF View Post
    What's going on with pic 5, the aspect ratio looks odd, or is that opening really oval?

    Well done on getting into Pyecrust, those who know us will tell you we've had more failed attempts here than you can shake a mucky stick at! :)
    just noticed this myself bud, guessing its the angle i was standing at and at abit of a height. give yourself another attempt.

    Quote Originally Posted by AltDayOut View Post
    good one mate, travelling all that way you just HAD to get in , great piks.

    been passed a few times but still not attempted it yet
    cheers, we did have other place planned just incase we did get busted early on. Really pleased we didnt even need to think about them.Guess the cover of darkness entering and exiting helped alot. hard doing that driving down from newcastle the night before lol


    I am planning another visit sometime soon to get better shots now im more experienced with the new dslr.
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    looks immense really need to go look at this

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    Great photos.

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    Nice job!!!

    I bet ur really relieved that u got in after a 6hr trip! I got in once and only lasted 30 secs before gurkas caught me but luckily i hadn't travelled too far.

    u did cell 3 too...bravo, its evaded me so far, must try again...look wot u've done to me!;)

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