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Thread: Lucas/Denso Birmingham (new and improved)

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    Angry


    AAARRRRGGGGHHHHHH If anyone is looking at this lot and thinking where the hell are the pics, I've just realised that I removed them from me photobucket page. I just assumed that once they were transferred to here they would stay here. Bear with me until I get these probs sorted out.
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    Last edited by DogRecon; 14th Sep 08 at 19:03. Reason: Re-editing
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  3. #12
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    Angry Who knows


    I have no idea what they are supposed to be doing with this place. One moment they say its going down, the next they say its going to be used for police training. To be honest the whole thing is a joke. Any questions?




    Last edited by DogRecon; 1st Jan 09 at 21:37. Reason: New pics
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    Another industrial monster in its winter years. Quite sad, but great pictures thanks guys!.

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    Exclamation That's all folks


    Here it comes. The end has finally arrived for this industrial titan. Demolition has been going on for the past few weeks. Here is but a few shots.










    So so sad
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    So sad to see it going downhill like that, Great pics and a good find before it was too late ! :)

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    Sad to see... used to deliver there regularly in my lorry driving days.

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    what a wreck now, such thoughtless destruction... :(

    idiots... still, good photos, silver lining and all that :)

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    Default End of an Era


    Even less now




    That was the restaurant







    Excuse the shakiness and blurred images. Pics were taken on an old camera.
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    it seems the demo guys are doing a far neater job than the pikeys were.

    i cant understand how they get away with it. well i do because the police will go nowhre near them as it breaches their human rights ect. they ought to come down real hard on these people and confiscate there caravans (proceeds of crime ect). that would upset them.

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    the last few bits







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