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    Arrow Great Northern Railway Warehouse - Nottingham - JUNE 2013


    This is my first post on here and in addition to this i didn't take my SLR with me so bare the pictures. Not to sure on the history of this place, but on we go.

    I have seen various reports with pictures of INSIDE this place, but i have some news for you. Despite this being my first visit it is obvious the council has been down and cemented breeze blocks and metal sheets over EVRY SINGLE entrance point and there is NO WAY IN. This was quite disspaointing but it worth an explore.



    But the message needs to be spread that there is no way to gain accsess into either of the buildings or the roof. Without Spiderman climbing skills ( or a really big ladder :) )

    On with the pictures and tell me what you think...


    IMG_6632 by zvio2, on Flickr


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    You need to read and follow the instructions on [ame="https://www.derelictplaces.co.uk/main/showthread.php?goto=newpost&t=17009"]this thread to get your pictures to show up.

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    some nice snaps of the externals there
    shame its not accessible these days
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    Is the Clockwork Orange graffiti still there...?

    A Clockwork Orange by jessnphoto, on Flickr

    As The Wombat said, some nice external shots and it's a shame it's not accessible.
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    I didnt see it man, but it could still be there, just cant remember seeing it lol

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    Nice first report. No worries that there isn't access at the mo.
    I like that they've bricked the windows up on the inside to retain the metal fenestration pattern on the outside.
    Look forward to seeing more reports! :)
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    Nice one & great pics.

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