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    All that plus a Belfast, Nice One Mikey

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    Wow. Just wow.

    Never seen anything like that; that's absolutely stunning. That's how exploring is done. I aspire to you, Mikey. Hats off.

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    Very nice shots,and makes me realise how much I didn't see.
    Was it hard moving around? When I went there a few years ago, it was a nightmare with everything boarded up well, and they even nailed up the doors inside, between rooms.
    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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    A cracking set of photos.

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