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Thread: Mill 'L' - Feb '13 (pic Heavey)

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    I quite like the natural raw, un-processed and un-staged photos like these, it shows the true state of a site, larger cans and all. I dont even mind the angles, in fact I didnt even notice until it was mentioned in replies!
    The only thing wrong here is that I dont know where it is, feel free to PM me the location

    Why go through a door when there's a perfectly good window?
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    It's looking a bit worse for wear I'd say alots moved about for sure

    Good to see it though, the angles are a bit quirky for me too but not a bad report

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    Quote Originally Posted by barogerl View Post
    It really is amazing just howmuch stuff, which is not related to the actual business is on site. Judged by the pictures the staff must have been musically inclined. Thanks for a very good show
    From a few of the pics it appears the place has been used as a squat. Interesting place though, thanks for posting. I like the photo of the old rusting boiler, which looks like a 19th century Robin Hood if I am correct!

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    Interesting place but those angles were doing my head in.

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    Yeh ok, i got it, bad angles! LOL! I am no profesional photographer, but thanks for the advice!
    Eventually yes the place will get wrecked, and as said has been named many times before on here. I just didnt want to hand it to the vandals & thieves on a plate. They have to work for it now and i didnt want my report to be responsible for the destruction and fame of the site!
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    i like the angle shots, nice report and PICS ;).
    Last edited by Lucky Pants; 5th Feb 13 at 21:17.
    Looking beyond the pictures. :p


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    dont know what you lit are on about im pissed but they all look square to me
    Now remember if we get caught im deaf and you dont speak English!!..... my facebook page for more pictures!! http://www.facebook.com/pages/Sweet-...01993396496625

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    Good to see Langley Mill again

    Agreed that the pics could be thinned out a bit

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