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    Visited this place with man gone wrong whilst we made a trip down south.speaking to brewtal as we were that way he decided to ditch his chores and come and meet up with us.it was great to meet you finally and we had a good laugh in the cold but sunny afternoon..this place is a bit of a classic and was glad to finally see it.its right what people say about it.certainly a death trap in places.some of the grilled floors are a bit sketchy with many missing but its all good fun and the view up top is nice













































































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    Nice crusty old industry is that.
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    Nice one Mikey. Well shot.


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    Fantastic set mate, love a bit of industrial porn!
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    It looks like you had a nice day as it shows in your photos. A lot of good shots. Nice one.
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    Great to see this place again. You had some decent light too and with the asbestos roof removed you can actually see more of the place below which was almost pitch black a few years ago, lovely shots mikey, I might have to go back now...wot have you done hahaha!
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