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    Ooh, I like this site. Really interesting. Well done for getting a look at it. :)

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    .......good explore......
    Last edited by Neosea; 4th Feb 10 at 17:53.
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    Aye I think I am getting confused with somewhere else. I guess these types of sites followed a similar plan.
    There is no mention of d***ing either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lithium View Post
    Edit: What is Urban Brit? Couldnt find it on Google.
    Could be wrong mate, but her name is MissUB She is Urban Brit perhaps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lithium View Post
    Could be right mate. We only visited the one bunker, so we dont know what the others look like.

    Edit: What is Urban Brit? Couldnt find it on Google.


    thats her other half:)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattdonut View Post
    thats her other half:)
    Cheers. I thought it might be a photgraphy website or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lithium View Post
    Cheers. I thought it might be a photgraphy website or something.
    your right it is
    http://z4.invisionfree.com/Urban_Bri...ex.php?act=idx
    :)

    just how many are there

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    [QUOTE=Miss UB;69728]Sadly i can't give out any info on where this place is as its on private property and the owner doesn't want anyone going up there for a look around but after some blagging by Urban Brit we managed to get access for a look round :)

    this is a blinding site av u not been all over it
    ive got pictures of inside some of the storage units
    each 1 is surrounded by water apart from the tracks that go down 2 each 1
    the whole site covers acres & is split in 2
    1 has about 15 units & the other about 30
    weve been all over the 1 with 15
    but got escorted of the 1 with the most b4 aving the chance 2 av a look
    r planning 2 go back & try again soon

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    Let us see the pics then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sausage View Post
    Aye I think I am getting confused with somewhere else. I guess these types of sites followed a similar plan.
    There is no mention of d***ing either.
    I thought it looked like this place (which shall remain nameless but has been on here before)but like you say no sign of any evening activities

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