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Thread: Woodland Fort Counterscarp Gallery, Plymouth - June '09

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    PMSL, another golf ball for the collection! Cracking pics TTW, that wooden floor looks ever so safe. Just to point out for all who look at this thread....the last set of pics is from the East Caponier & not the Counterscarp Gallery.


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    Thanks TTW some lovely shots there

    And nice ball shot ! lol

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    Excellent explore, guys. Such a lot of details remaining too. Love the East Caponier.
    I now have this vision that the entire population of Plymouth wanders around in plus-fours with a golfing bag in each hand! ;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Shuck View Post
    That really is some Fort and tunnel guys . Fantastic stuff. Wish I could have joined you down there, just my sort of place.:)

    Spare room awaits you & the family bud. Best book a long weekend away & head to Plymouth. Don't forget your tripod.


    Quote Originally Posted by Foxylady View Post
    Excellent explore, guys. Such a lot of details remaining too. Love the East Caponier.
    I now have this vision that the entire population of Plymouth wanders around in plus-fours with a golfing bag in each hand! ;)

    Cheers Foxy.Honestly it's weird, we've found balls in some strange places! :)

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    I don't wear plus fours, but i did find a golf ball on an explore last year,ooh it was on a golf course - silly me and a golf tee recently

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    Quote Originally Posted by graybags View Post
    I don't wear plus fours, but i did find a golf ball on an explore last year,ooh it was on a golf course - silly me and a golf tee recently

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    So it was you who found my ball on the 4th hole at Central Park mini golf! :p

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    Great explore guys looks like an excellent place, def added to my list.
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    i live so near this and yet not been in, so looks like i will b sometime soon, a chance for me to test out me new canon :)

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