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Thread: Thamesteel, Sheerness - January 2013

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    wow, awesome videos and looks and awesome place. thanks for sharing


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    very nice indeed:)

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    Freddy is a coolant sucker, sucks the coolant out of a machine to dispose of it.

    Great shots guys, seriously good stuff here.

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    i worked at this place for 9 years i know were each photo has been taken from brought back memories

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