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Thread: Holdings Pottery, Lancashire - March 2013

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    Wow... you managed to make that place look good! it's an interesting exploration but my word, is it ever a mess!

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    very nice shots of a top place.

    I'm sure that piano has moved ????
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Hill View Post
    Love this place. The attic above the shop area was also crammed with stuff It's a quality mooch ;)
    I know tons in the attics like someone bagged up their hole life and threw it up there!

    Quote Originally Posted by sonyes View Post
    Spot on those pics bud.....really nice atmosphere! Glad you liked the place, very deceptive little place ;)

    P.s. I called back myself after seeing Jamie's 'teaser' on FB, really glad I did too! :)
    Looking forward to your photos mate!

    Quote Originally Posted by TeeJF View Post
    Wow... you managed to make that place look good! it's an interesting exploration but my word, is it ever a mess!
    I really enjoyed it TeeJF didnt have much expectations but the attic and offices made up for the back end being so wrecked!

    Quote Originally Posted by Judderman62 View Post
    very nice shots of a top place.

    I'm sure that piano has moved ????
    No Idea mate it was my first time but I wouldn't fancy moving it lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judderman62 View Post
    very nice shots of a top place.

    I'm sure that piano has moved ????
    Yeah defo been moved bud, when I was there last year It was laid down.

    I'm with Ben, I wouldn't want to try moving it!! :p

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    you done that place justice mate well done

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    I quite like the look of this one. Cheers.
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