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    If you dont know the history of this place you have obviously been asleep for the last 20yr so Im not going into it.

    Also if you dont then visit the museum it is an exceptional place & you will need more than a day to soak it all up.

    I done a few visits to the museum last year so really wanted to see the abandoned stuff & earlier this year got the opportunity.

    It was a last min decision tbh we were in the area so just went for it & it was well worth it.

    Its a bit pic heavy Im afraid ... again

    The first block was completely stripped but even in there you could feel the history.











    We popped up past the water tanks onto the roof here.



    Then in D block things start to get a bit more interesting







    Coding tape left laying around in here



    Essentially the rest of this is storage & over spill from the museum. But its rammed with ww2 era radio gear. I couldnt believe how much they had just left laying around!

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    More of the same in next room





    What it was all about!













    Moving on the last area we checked was full of "newer" computers, prob to do with their recent history of computing display,









    So its bye from me & bye from him

    Last edited by BikinGlynn; 16th Jun 20 at 08:22.
    What the hell am I doing, I mean really at my age!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HughieD View Post
    That is...

    ..-. ..- -.-. -.- .. -. --. / -- . --. .-
    Im sure it is lol
    What the hell am I doing, I mean really at my age!

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    Nice work mate, you saw more of it than I did when i went.
    nice pics
    Don't panic, be reet!!!

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    Great pics, I was just there. Everything in heaps now and asbestos removal in progress. Was a shame to see G block scrubbed clean, I rather liked it dirty but itíll be converted soon enough I suppose

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