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Thread: Sleaford Bass Maltings Feb '13

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    Great post and interesting piks of the other parts we came for the STAIRCASE, will post ours up when we get round to sorting the piks, the roof is ace , altho it did attract some unwanted attention haha ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by AltDayOut View Post
    Great post and interesting piks of the other parts we came for the STAIRCASE, will post ours up when we get round to sorting the piks, the roof is ace , altho it did attract some unwanted attention haha ;)
    Look what I just saw in the corner of one of my rooftop shots, I saw these three walking away as we made our way off the roof....sorry kids, you can't come in today!

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    nice is that place
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    ah yes i do like the maltings, great to see she still looks good from your lovely pics:)

    good on you for squeezing up that tube onto the roof

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    Love this place, thanks for sharing!
    Another great pic of the stairs :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by prettyvacant71 View Post
    good on you for squeezing up that tube onto the roof
    That tube through the water tank is a brilliant piece of design, as it stops you falling down the ladder! I was perched quite happily with my head out the hatch, feet resting on the ladder and my back leaning against the tube no hands at all Think my mate took various photos of me throughout the day....so hopefully he can send me them...
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    Nice set of shots mate.

    Sounds like the place has change somewhat since my visit as once through the main fence (a walk in at the time) it was open access everywhere!

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    Nice pics, its good to see the place is still being done. Does sound like some things have changed regarding access.

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    I reckon there would have been more open down the far end but after spending ages there climbing over endless fences finding nothing we were cold, knackered and hungry so called time, glad a couple were open though. It does seem to get sealed up properly occasionally from what I've heard.
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    It wasnt 'can't come in today kids" it was a slow moving squad car going acrossthe track on onion field and other side secca van, still we managed a stealth exit, good day and a great place that part of the world has much to offer :) love the detail on your shots btw spesh the staircase!!! :)
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