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Thread: A very wet Marchington barracks

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    Default A very wet Marchington barracks


    This has been covered a few times before and most have given a good history on it, so i shant witter about its history too, however this place has a special meaning to me as my grandad worked here in 1957 and whilst on a jolly in the local town uttoxeter he met my grandma, so if he hadn't been based here, not sure id be here today, so I had to visit!

















    Cheers Burton Brewery

    'it''ll be fine il just put my hi vis jacket on il blend right in!'

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    Well worth getting wet for great job thanks for sharing

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    sweet explore dude, i so gotta check this place out..


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