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Thread: Indoor karting & quad biking centre,Liverpool,Jan 2011.

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    Arrow Indoor karting & quad biking centre,Liverpool,Jan 2011.


    Sadly i cant anything on this,only thing i know is it was an old railway shed...:(



































    Thank you.

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    Love it
    Bugger, bugger, bugger!

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    Interesting. I like that old mini bus.

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    Ah what a random find! Thanks for sharing :)

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    Awsome pictures mate! i love how random finds like this can often be better than the hotspots :)
    The fun you can have with a hat and some old machinery :P

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    that'd make a fantastic airsoft venue :D

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    cracking the way theres enough light for the shrubbery! Thanks


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