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    Default A Revisit to CH Brickworks Jan '14


    This was a nice way to kick off 2014 indeed, a return to my favourite industrial explore of last year this time with Landie Man and PCWOX in tow.

    Sad to see already the place is deteriorating more, I think all the storms took their toll on the roof as a lot more of the skylights are now broken meaning water is dripping down inside in numerous places which isn't great. A nice relaxed wander to begin the year with so all was good, I was trying to find new angles for photos and then realised I overlooked a simply brilliant side room last year with an awesome oldschool workshop complete with everything still inside. Winner!!

    On with some photos.

































    Sorry for photo overload once again, I love this place.

    More here http://www.flickr.com/photos/mookie4...7639695625003/ :)
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    Overload away, loving the anvil.

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    Nice report mookster. It was a very good day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PCWOX View Post
    Nice report mookster. It was a very good day.
    Was good to meet you finally, hopefully the beginning of further adventures to come
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    You got some nice different views there. Don't think we noticed that workshop either, but then there is so much to see there it's dead easy to overlook some of the side rooms.
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    Some cracking kit there,thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleOz View Post
    You got some nice different views there. Don't think we noticed that workshop either, but then there is so much to see there it's dead easy to overlook some of the side rooms.
    It's tucked away right in a corner of the place which if you glance at it doesn't look to hold anything interesting, just looks like another exit but you go through and it's like stepping back in time, one of my favourite parts of the place!
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    I always love your stuff Mooks, but am in love with the quality of these pics!

    So bright, clean, and sharp front to back. Love it. Moar! :)
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    Cheers! Although my lens must take most of the credit really haha....
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    Interesting, I didn't spot the workshop either.
    I was there on one of the stormy days. Was amazing how everything was rattling around like crazy
    Check out my other photos (including blinding HDR and other weird stuff) and my electronica muzak here (the main page is over here)

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