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    Cracking photogarphy mate

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    stunning images, what a great place! thanks for sharing!
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    F,ing amazing,the machine shop is incredible,thanks for sharing.

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    This is absolutely stunning!

    Bravo!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrDan View Post
    I did the same before reading your comment! 200+miles :/

    Honestly amazing photos, the colours look perfect! Lovely bit of history too, this is what I hope my reports to be like one day ;)

    Also, who's Kate??
    The Save Kate Wall was from a drama, they turned the room into some sort of asylum and wrote that all over the wall - I'm not sure what it was called now

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    Wow your images are excellent , lovely work there, and the place it self looks immense, one for the to do list deffo! :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by AltDayOut View Post
    Wow your images are excellent , lovely work there, and the place it self looks immense, one for the to do list deffo! :)
    Cheers - Pics are a still a long way from what i want - I shall get there one day :)

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    Must agree those are the best pics ive seen from here. Did you go down into the basement and see the body lying on the tomb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave View Post
    Must agree those are the best pics ive seen from here. Did you go down into the basement and see the body lying on the tomb.
    It was there when i went back in 2011 - But its gone now - Freaky, i had to go up and touch it lol

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    It smells like smokey bacon crisps.

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