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    Default The Abandoned Workshop - March 2013


    Not much to say about this place really, it closed about 20 years ago. I cant begin to explain just how much stuff is in here and given its location Im surprised most of it hasnt been stolen. Anyhow its a right good place this - Visited with the Derp Master that is Royal Bob.



























    Thanks for looking

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    That's a great find, love the shots of the chains and the drill table.
    It'll all turn to dust and we'll all fall down

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    lovely place, could spend hrs in a gaff like that

    nice photos - looks like someones tried to have the compressor away!
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    Sniff, sniff ...this mud smells funny

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    What a treasure trove hope it stays like this!thanks for sharing.

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    Nice find. Ticks a lot of boxes.
    I HAVE THE POWER !

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    That compressor looks half decent still. Looks like a great sight for an explore.
    Why go through a door when there's a perfectly good window?
    www.derelict-omj.co.uk

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    love this, great shots to!
    Those who destroy what's been left behind, are those ignorant enough to believe that history only belongs in museums and books.

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    Great find:)

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    This is excellent :) Lovely place & images from there :)

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