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Thread: The code breakers..blocks G and D

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    Wow. That is a stunning set Mikey. Loving the peeling paint and all the stuff left behind. The comps are spot on and the lighting superb.


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    is the bombe an original or a repro. . i mean the thing with all the little wheels on it.

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    Honest to god, I went to school with a Wayne Kerr. He was 'ard as nails. Can't think why! Parents clearly had a sense of humour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mockingbird View Post
    Have to say i could spend a few hours in D block, looks amazing with odds an ends about, your photos show you are alot more curious in D block too, giving more thought to many of the shots, (not that you dont usually) just compared to the G block. Nice job mate!
    I must admit it was D block what I was eager to go too.and I had done this block.but you would love that block.prob spend ages there rearranging things.and looking at all the bits and pieces
    I like to go where others fear to tread.

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    Amazing how much stuff has moved about since my visit just 2 weeks ago. I reckon this place has quite a bit of traffic
    Check out my other photos (including blinding HDR and other weird stuff) and my electronica muzak here (the main page is over here)

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    Thank you all.i think there has been a few visitors here.but don't think it's massively explored though.obviusly it's a hoarding place for the museum of stuff they don't want
    I like to go where others fear to tread.

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