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    Originally did this place with Cuban bloodhound while the site was still live,was a lot of fun. This was a visit with Scattergun and Htmnlangel as well over a period of time.before the flood below as well

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    Before the sign got nicked














































    while others where looking at this we where in the paperplant while the machines where still in standby from administration. Lot more pics for that

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    Good stuff man when did you go here last, have it planned for in the next couple weeks?
    Informative and interesting urban exploration content...
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRO...e7PFGoxghAqKsA

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    That was about 2013 most of the papermill is gone i believe but the powerstation is still intact access not got a clue as its veen about 2 years since i last visited

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    Great pics Pincheck! The valves in pic 6 are awesome, lovely industrial porn!
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    Nice that, I liked it, Thanks
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    Nice one, good that you visited before the basement flooded - the water was about 8 inches deep last time I was there. I was a bit on edge all the time but nobody came through the door…

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    Superb stuff mate. Nice to see those turbines without dust on them! Security are absolutely on it here now, a group from down south got busted inside a couple of weeks ago.

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    I wonder if security have sussed the access?

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    I know they went in the easier way, as far as I’m aware the other way is still doable. I’m sure that certain access point is now closed as a result.

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    That would be no surprise to be honest

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