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Thread: TG Greens, Derbyshire. April 2017

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Wombat View Post
    Very nicely photographed, good work.
    Any hassles with security?
    Thanks mate. Had the place to ourselves bud. A nice and relaxed wander :)


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    So niche! Nicely done.

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    Oh great I love to see how places are doin over the years! Love this place! You have been in some of it that I have missed even after several revisits...you have made me wanna go back lol

    Love the 2nd shot wiv the blue pigments! You caught some lovely light in there too! I'm glad you put this up as I really love this place and it hasn't changed too much over the years which is fantastic! It must have been 5 yrs ago when I was last there and I nearly fell through the floor on every visit so you have done well upstairs lol Fab pics thanks!
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