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    Arrow NGTE Pyestock, Fleet. January 2007


    Visited with ActionMan.

    This one needs no introduction so on with the photos...

    The Cathedral Control Room














    Outside the Airhouse...




    Up the crane!


    Airhouse Control Room













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    Nice work there, looks an amazing place.

    Nick.
    Getting pretty derelict myself - anyone wanna take my pic?

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    And what a cathedral it is! Great report as usual RA!
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    Nice pics RA, like the pressure gauge. Looking forward to the next pics:)
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    Default Re: NGTE Pyestock, Fleet. January 2007


    Great report babe, really loving 1, 2 and 4.

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    Excellent pics, really love all the gauges, the monitors, and the huge control panel. really liked all these.

    Cheers,

    :) Sal
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    Dammit, i have to get here this summer! Great pics guys, great pics :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashless View Post
    Dammit, i have to get here this summer! Great pics guys, great pics :)
    Yes, What he said!
    looks a fantastic place.

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    Just wonderful pics there..you know,I have about a gig`s worth of my own pics of this place but I never tire of seeing others..and these are sweet.Thanxxxxxxx
    Stu
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    really nice set of pics!!!!
    macro of pressure guage is lush :)
    the place doens't look as bad in your pics as what I'd imagine it to be :( thought with all the recent piking going on it would have been worse! only a good thing though:)

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