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    And no we were never chased left alone to get on

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    Re. the picture frames, good luck to them, I guess not many will have got the chance to see their little exhibition because demo is now in full swing, according to my spies..
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfism View Post
    Re. the picture frames, good luck to them, I guess not many will have got the chance to see their little exhibition because demo is now in full swing, according to my spies..
    yes i know Mate they where all held in place by 3 magnets a piece who ever left them i believe has been chased as no reason to not leave them Mikey and your the only one who done a report could put up what the rear site was like ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfism View Post
    Re. the picture frames, good luck to them, I guess not many will have got the chance to see their little exhibition because demo is now in full swing, according to my spies..
    Is demo in full swing? I popped by a the other week, the road I was gonna park on was icy as fuck so lost my temper and went elsewhere, didn't get a chance to get back. Had a good look at the place from the top of the hill, couldn't see any demo going on. Not doubting what you are saying, I'm not up the road that much so have to make the most of my time, its a genuine question!

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    Great Photos Mikey, cracking range of stuff from the industrial to the office.

    I found that exhibition as well on my visit. Maybe the photographer left it there to see what would happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brewtal View Post
    Is demo in full swing? I popped by a the other week, the road I was gonna park on was icy as fuck so lost my temper and went elsewhere, didn't get a chance to get back. Had a good look at the place from the top of the hill, couldn't see any demo going on. Not doubting what you are saying, I'm not up the road that much so have to make the most of my time, its a genuine question!
    Aye mate it's being very quickly chomped up, starting at the front of the site and working back to where the old powerstation used to stand. They park the plant up toward the entrance at the end of the day for security as there's pikies moving around the site all hours of the day. And night. I know who the exhibition belongs to. Not sure if the chap is on here but he's heavily active on Facepuke, I presume you were on the site the same day Mikey? Didn't quite get it to be honest.

    Nice pics of what was left though. Did you not do the labs?
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    Deleted post. Nice pics by the way.
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    Thank you..i have never seen this till now but I know someone was on about doing a gallery here and was to be his own thing that maybe a few people might see as they have and make them think as it did.he was not chased I am sure.i have seen a report from the rear bit on another site looked mint
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brewtal View Post
    Not doubting what you are saying, I'm not up the road that much so have to make the most of my time, its a genuine question!
    That's no bother, I realise you're genuine. As Mr Scattergun says it's disappearing as we speak, mainly in order to deprive the local copper fairies of their treasure and the local firebugs of stuff to burn. I've been a couple of times in the last few weeks, spent a while in the archive but missed the hipster photogallery installation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikeymutt View Post
    Thank you..i have never seen this till now but I know someone was on about doing a gallery here and was to be his own thing that maybe a few people might see as they have and make them think as it did.he was not chased I am sure.i have seen a report from the rear bit on another site looked mint
    Well to be honest it was a pain in the Ass Mikey as i went there to get the fan not a Art gallery that's in a pile of scrap metal. By all means do it for yourself but take it with you the whole point is to see the site not someone elses European art shots !

    Might sound harsh only being honest
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