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    Great report,something new everytime I look.


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    Nice report mate, what was your favourite bit? Love the group shot!

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    Great pics there mate, shame I couldn't make it :( looks like it was an excellent day!

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    Nice report mate, what was your favourite bit? Love the group shot!
    for pics cell 4, loved the underground tunnels aswell, also getting round the place in general.

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    Lovely shots,very nice processing...great that u all made it, worth the trip a;) im gutted u say dismantling is starting...its gota be one of me fav industrial places, there will never be another pye;)

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