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Thread: Allen brickworks Hipperholme west yorkshire. UK Drone footage.

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    Default Allen brickworks Hipperholme west yorkshire. UK Drone footage.


    Here is a little vid off this awesome location.thanks.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oXT2LzEij8Y


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    What's the history on this place? Do you have still pictures to accompany your video? Can you not embed your video to this website instead of linking?
    When the going gets tough - the tough get going.

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    A very well produced video and a sign of the times I expect. However it is worth remembering that one, carefully framed image can tell one far more about a location, than minutes of fast moving movie images (I used the still image in my Forensic Work a great deal). I personally hope it does not become the norm, like HJ I prefer the still image and the printed word.

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