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    Default Hickson & Welch Yard, Castleford, West Yorkshire.


    Right well, Hello again
    For those of you who saw our previous post about Hickson & Welch.

    You would know we were unsuccessful at getting some inside pictures
    .....But we did find an old yard belonging to them and a load of their stuff
    So... its the best we could get, enjoy!



    :).

    Em & Ben.
























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    Note the typo on the poster

    " castelford " instead of castleford :)
    Last edited by PROJ3CTM4YH3M; 7th Sep 08 at 22:06. Reason: typo

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    looks exciting, shame you didnt get far!

    http://www.imageuploader.gutsaw.com/.../IMG_44971.jpg

    this photos cool, love the colour...

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    Nice work. I was stood in the exact same spot where you took that last photo - which is possibly where you spotted me!!!

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    Cool photos. Loads of interesting bit of machinery and pipes there. Love the eco-graf! Nice find. :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxylady View Post
    Cool photos. Loads of interesting bit of machinery and pipes there. Love the eco-graf! Nice find. :)
    Ummm sniff flowers.....


    Nice find, thanks
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