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Thread: The Palladium Cinema - Durham 2015

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    its owned by the council Odeon Master right at the very front is various supplies cement/water barrels/tool even,great to see the power is still working too. Think I might revisit here,Cracking job Hullbadger


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    Looks great, love the pic of the reels.

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    just because the bill isnt being paid doesn't necesserily mean power is off. these things can be forgotten as it isn't that easy to trace a particular premises that is using electricity. The site would have been on three phase so I assume to get the lights on they would have tried a few of the smaller fuses until it all came back to life. I would assume that the main switch, at least for the domestic phase was just never turned off, probably to allow for lighting to be used during estate agen show-arounds etc back when it was first closed. This is what I've seen in my experience. Be careful what your doing obviously, as the moisture in the walls likes to conduct electricity :)

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