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    Some people might term it a crack den... I prefer to go with Hairy's fantastic usage of English in describing this as a "crack attic"



    Enough waffle, more photos







    We managed to get the right time of day to visit




    The view from outside was nice too

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    Nice, I've been there with Virusman. I think I've seen these pics on 28 Cays later? Nice light in there isn't it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Srealingheaven View Post
    28 Cays later?
    28 Days even? Yeah, I've seen the same ones.
    Nice shots bud:)

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    Thats a pritty good crack attic, nice pics :)
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    Cracking shots mate, went there a couple of months ago, its a great site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Actionman View Post
    I loved that room. I'm so gutted I never opened that door tho. Hope you never went up the corner, as I was BURSTING that day I went Sorry!!!!

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    Nice captures - colourful too - especially the front.

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    Absolutely love the fourth photo with the light streaming in. Excellent pics and nice to see the place again. :)
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