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    Default abandoned mill in loxley


    was found on the was to bradfield so called down cant find any history on the place and couldnt get in it all due to flooding and the wonderful herras fencing.

    This is apparently owned by the same guy as bradfield and thronseat lodge, im wondering i he actually owns the bloody fencing company or will cost loads in hire lol


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    Nice one fella - I found this a right twat to get into lol - Did you check the chapel up the road? Also theres Dysons over the other side of the valley - Thats well worth a look if your in the area :)

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    Nice, I had a look here the other week and got stopped by rentacopwith his demented Alsatian, as you say absolutely drenched in herras fencing. Had a look around the manor and outbuildings to but very derp... upper floors caved in etc. Then headed up to Redmires Res for a look at the old filtration plant only to find it completely stripped and sealed... a splendid series of fails :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wakey Lad View Post
    Nice one fella - I found this a right twat to get into lol - Did you check the chapel up the road? Also theres Dysons over the other side of the valley - Thats well worth a look if your in the area :)
    i could see that place from here but couldnt work out how to get there

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    Quote Originally Posted by shatners View Post
    Nice, I had a look here the other week and got stopped by rentacopwith his demented Alsatian, as you say absolutely drenched in herras fencing. Had a look around the manor and outbuildings to but very derp... upper floors caved in etc. Then headed up to Redmires Res for a look at the old filtration plant only to find it completely stripped and sealed... a splendid series of fails :-)
    filtration plant was a doddle to get in

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigger2013 View Post
    filtration plant was a doddle to get in
    Nah it wasnt, dont mean Bradford plant I mean the filtration plant actualy at Redmires Reservour... was shuttered and bolted with steal plate. Completely stripped bare inside now anyway so not really worth the effort :-(

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