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Thread: Shoreham Cement Works, West Sussex - May 2017

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlimJim View Post
    Nice work :) Secca has been hot here since the late 90s if I recall correctly. Been meaning to have a pop for ages...
    It was pretty lax for a time when it got tagged up with graffiti but ever since then it's been really on it. I too have had it on the to do list for a long time!

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    Nice light in the hall with the cement kilns, looks like it was worth the early start. :)

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    Crackin first external shot Brewtal!

    Great set of industrial images, I never thought I'd actually get inside after several recce's over the years, but I weren't giving up just yet so it was great to meet up with you and finally get in!
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