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Thread: Bridge House Hotel (Hotel K) (image heavy)

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    Great report, the last shot is brilliant! :D


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    Quote Originally Posted by T0n3r View Post
    Does anyone happen to know the state of the building currently, don't want to "waste" a 2hr+ drive out :)
    No idea and asking is against forum rules. Failure is always an option, all of us fail with buildings all of the time.

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    Great pics! This one looks awesome, really like the revolving door and bar! :)
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