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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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    I'm gutted I never made it here 5 yrs ago as pics from around that time have so much to see. But hey you made it in there and got to capture what's still there so that's all that counts!
    I agree with Krela, you can politely say no without seeming like an arse, it's actually classed as criminal damage to force someone to delete there pics unwillingly, I've been asked to on a number of occasions, just recently too, I'm always polite when I say no as at the end of the day I'm in the wrong...getting nicked for a section 5 can be such a boreCamelot Theme Park / Chorley / 08/2017
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    Quote Originally Posted by ironsky View Post
    I'm surprised that Camelot is still standing given the mania to build yet more houses on any spare land. Never went too it when open but interesting to see the decay and fast becoming the ' Six Flags ' ( an abandoned amusement park at New Orleans, U.S.A) of the UK.
    I desperately wanted to do Six Flags when I was in New Orleans last year but holy moly is it hard to get to. Went past it a few times when we were tripping up to Slidell. Next time I go might reach out to some locals.

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    Nice post & great perseverance, would love a look in here but don't think I would have the bottle to go in alone lol.

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