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    Superb! Great images,thanks for sharing.


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    Have been planning a visit here now for a while, just waitin, for all the correct conditions to be met !! So glad its still standing cos i did hear rumours that it was going to be redeveloped -technical speak for throwing together 4000 little boxes and destroying our heritage in order to make a few people rather rich- Sorry, rant over.
    Once again Mutty your photography does you proud and i also agree with Tazong, stick a quick vid up and show us how its done !!

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    Wow, I hadn't realised there was so much here! Great pictures, looks like once again I'll be following you 2s footsteps some time soon.

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    Looks interesting, certainly a place of historical significance. Well shot.


    "It's just everyday carry, officer!" SlimJim 2k15

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