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    Default Inside Derelict NightClub and Petrol Station - Brentwood - Essex


    Inside shots from Derelict NightClub and Petrol Station - Brentwood - Essex - apparantly called Elliotts.
















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    I guess no one likes these?

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    Actually mate, very nice, but I've only just joined so...

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    nice looking pics mate, good job making a wreck like that look good

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    Wow! what a mess the chavs have made it !! :(

    Interesting report though David :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by daviddabs View Post
    I guess no one likes these?
    A very interesting remark.
    Do you upload the pics and construct location reports because you want people to like them and what you do, or to document the location for all time to show that it was there and will never be forgotten? (just curious)
    Nice pics by the way.

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    Superb photos, David. Enjoyed seeing the contrast between the colour and b&w treatment of the same pic.
    Some interesting details inside too. :)

    Quote Originally Posted by TheLondoners View Post
    Do you upload the pics and construct location reports because you want people to like them and what you do, or to document the location for all time to show that it was there and will never be forgotten? (just curious)
    That's a very interesting question, TL, and one that I've sometimes asked myself.
    Isn't it a bit of both? We do the explore, photography, research and write-up because of the above...and because we enjoy it. But, surely it's also human nature to want a bit of appreciation for the work that's gone into something, or at least some feedback. Being online, we don't know what people's reactions are to a report because we can't see their expressions, so having (and giving) a reply is basically the only way we can interact. That's my take on it, anyway!

    Sorry to hi-jack your thread, David. I thought it was an interesting point that The Londoners made. :)
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    Looks like a club I used to go to after the club closes! LOL

    Post what you like mate, some will like it some won't that's the way it goes.

    Personally I liked.

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    I thougt it was bloody excellent myself, well done!:)
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    Awesome! You would think that grafiiti would work best in colour, but I guess this proves me wrong I suppose...
    Nice work!

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