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    I've seen arc rectifiers in use and the effect they produce is mesmerizing. Quite fitting for a building used by a charleton who exploits people using mesmerism!!

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    I saw your photos on Flickr, and been meaning to have a look for you're report on here.
    Excellent work PV; what a place :)
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    This is amazing. It looks fantastic. Those old rectifiers are excellent. I'm wondering if they charged the back up batteries. Also, I really like that old TV or video monitor.

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    Nice, although it's all about the auditorium at Hulme Hippodrome - I was amazed that the colours in reality are just as vivid as they look on other peoples' photos!

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    WOW
    STUNNING COLOURS IN THESE PICTURES. WHAT A GREAT report!
    Itís like you have captured all the character of the old place!
    Love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by noiseboy72 View Post
    I've seen arc rectifiers in use and the effect they produce is mesmerizing. Quite fitting for a building used by a charleton who exploits people using mesmerism!!
    Hahah yeah very apt innit, I like it!!! oh u lucky buga seeing them in use...I've only seen them on youtube but to see them in the "flesh" would make me hair stand up, literally
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Wombat View Post
    I saw your photos on Flickr, and been meaning to have a look for you're report on here.
    Excellent work PV; what a place :)
    Thanks Wombat
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    Quote Originally Posted by DroneBuddyUK View Post
    WOW
    STUNNING COLOURS IN THESE PICTURES. WHAT A GREAT report!
    It’s like you have captured all the character of the old place!
    Love it!
    Cheers DroneBuddyUK
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