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    I enjoyed looking through those photos Rubex, you have captured it really well



    Not much has changed since i last went, but was nice to have another wander round.

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    Love the shot of the clocking in/out machine and the boots Rubex...I don't think even jsp can eat more than 3 shredded wheat though

    I like this thanx Rubex!
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    Awesome photos as always, thanks for sharing!
    www.urbanXphotography.co.uk - New report added every 5 days
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    Very nice Rubex :)

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