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    Default Thamesteel, Sherness, Kent - April 2015


    Well its been a few weeks since I posted, and about 6 weeks since I visited here with 3 exploring friends from various forums (Liam_CH, Els and a Bengley). I have wanted to crack this site for a very long time, so it was nice to get it done on a sunny April weekend

    The site is located in Sheerness, which is in the English county of Kent (East of London) and is looking a little worse for itself since its sudden 2012 closure which claimed 350 jobs. It has been sold out of administration but nothing has happened on the site and 3 and a half years later she sits decaying.

    The dust on site is something else and seems to consume everything!

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    More At:
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/landie...57652260359969
    Last edited by Landie_Man; 14th May 15 at 10:48.

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    Great shots Landie. Thanks.

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    that place looks awesome

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    Awesome. I need to get here SOON AS! Love that last pic :)

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    Good Stuff, Cheers for sharing
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    Brill shots.

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    Great shots mate :)
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    That will do nicely. Great shots old chap
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/45100355@N04/

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    I've enjoyed all the posts on this site, Nicely Done Landie, Thanks
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