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    Hello Ladies & Gents,

    Now for the third part of my 3 county trip that has already covered Suffolk, Norfolk & now Sussex, we arrived at Syngenta Agrochemicals very tired with a mission to have a relaxing cigarette on the roof.

    Naturally entry was easy with a barrier obstacle and smashed transit van stopping us.





    We approached the building in complete darkness and went straight to the basement!











    We had already done a lot of walking so far but as the saying goes......



    We headed of to the gym to check out the services







    Things got heated in one particular room







    Given the amount of driving I had done, If only Diesel was this price still!



    There were many corridors......















    Finally after gaining access to the roof to finally enjoy that smooth Benson taste we all know and love, security spotted us and started shouting get down........(Slightly obvious)so we got down and laid low for a while and then took these automotive themed pictures.









    Cheers guys :)

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    Thanks given by: ajarb, foxtrot, Hugh Jorgan, HughieD, krela, Lost_Tiff_Angel, Mearing, Naomi, oldscrote, prettyvacant71, psykie, RedX_unleashed, Rubex, smiler, thorfrun

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    Nice collection of shots here, thanks for sharing :)

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    Nice to see more of the basement. I had a quick nose around but the smell put me off. I didn't have a mask with me and wasn't up for inhaling lots of spores!

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    That red transit van probably belonged to a pikey who was in there hunting for lost metal hoping to give it a home for the night. Some of them drive vans like that on the road in Essex but they never get a pull, I do if my car has a dirty number plate.

    I had fallen a sleep by the time I had almost read the title of that seminar, I'm glad I didn't have to attend.

    I'm glad you managed to have your well earned ciggy on the roof plus ignore sec.

    My granddad had a pair of underpants the same colour and pattern as the tiles in them toilets, not that I use to go around lookin at my granddads underpants, I haven't got that problem, I just remember them on the line when I was a kid.
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    Throwbacks to cheap diesel prices, wrecked pikey vans, olive green piss bowls and a bit of 80's wife swap porn, what a score.
    "Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore."

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    Not a pikeys van, too good a nick, liked it BL, Thanks
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    Unusual urinal colour. That keyboard is off an old Digital terminal. There seems to be a load of VHS tapes in that last pic.

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