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Thread: Camelot Theme Park / Chorley / 08/2017

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    The people who paint offensive graffiti are just such scum. What makes them do it?


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    Itís normally just children that donít know what else to draw... much prefer if they gave something a go, I get a bit bored of cocks scribbled on walls.
    "Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore."

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    This place is still accesible if you look around as we visited a few weeks ago however security is really tight. I would advise anyone travelling there to avoid going near the knightmare rollercoaster as security is pretty tight around this area but rest of area is accessible.

    We had a game of chase with security but they never ended up finding us its just a case of hiding until they have gone and then carrying on with your journey.

    Great pictures shame noone will buy the land and make it into the glory it once was.

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