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    Default Holton Heath,The other side.


    Just a few pics for my first post,have looked on here at the Holton Heath stuff and everybody seems to show pics of the western part. The remaining bits on the eastern part of the site are in great condition and still not covered in graffiti. I also cannot see any pics of the AB1 hill site so will rectify this in the near future(one of the best parts of the site!)Hopefully get this right first time.Tig
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    Very good post indeedy,this one place I have wanted to go for ages.Cheers.

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    Nice one TB !!! Have done the normal side a couple o' times now and it really is a great (if somewhat knackering explore) but had assumed - rather foolishly by the look of things - that there was little of any merit accross the road. !!! Any more pics and gen would be most appreciated !!!

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    Really nice mate.
    I have been here many many times.
    If you get chance check out the labs on station road, its really nice in there.
    Did you get to the flooded buildings up near the holton lee road?

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    Tis somewhere that's on my list...when I finally make it that far across the border.
    Great to see more. Cheers, Tig. :)
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    Thanks all, ive masses of pics of the site but all taken with an 8MP camera,so from file to here is a pain! Not sure what happened with the text in the post either,B-Collector,yes ive been in the buildings you mention thats on this bit ive posted on.The labs i havent (YET!).Btw Foxy lady cross border incursions are allowed on presentation of a valid passport Tig.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigbrand View Post
    Btw Foxy lady cross border incursions are allowed on presentation of a valid passport Tig.
    Well, I've managed to elude the border patrols when going to Lyme and Charmouth so far...but perhaps they've got better conning towers further on in. ;)
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