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Thread: Dyson Thermal Technologies - Stannington - Late 2012

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    Nice report mate. I was going to have a look as its not a million miles from me but when you look on google street view theres a police van, dogs and a panda car all inside the compound which kinda put me off a bit lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by shatners View Post
    Nice report mate. I was going to have a look as its not a million miles from me but when you look on google street view theres a police van, dogs and a panda car all inside the compound which kinda put me off a bit lol
    When I looked on street view they had gone

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    I think chances are you'll be fine Shatners, it's in the middle of nowhere :)
    "Nothing beside remains. Round the decay,
    Of that colossal Wreck, boundless and bare
    The lone and level sands stretch far away."


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