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Thread: College of the Smethwicks : 2 visits in Feb 2013

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    Quote Originally Posted by thebeachedwattle View Post
    Awesome. I was right, so we both win.



    Cheers.
    Guess so cool :)
    Looking beyond the pictures. :p


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    I adore the tiling in this place, it looks fantastic in the photographs...
    "The last Beemer out of Saigon. I'm at the mercy of the Vietnamese peasants. Please don't put me in a bamboo cage."

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    I hope this place never gets trashed its such a superb building,great photos from all of you thanks for sharing.

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    absolutley astonishing pics pal great work,

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    This people is a most excellently put together report - congratulations to all!

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    Nicely done guys!

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    banging pics from all of you. I need to get there asap.

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    Simply stunning reports and pictures by all of you, I always look out for your stuff and you never disappoint ! Thanks
    If there is a fence round it then it must be worth looking at !

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    Thanks lots all, for your wonderful comments and feedback on our joint efforts , its much appreciated
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    Amazing pictures from the three of you :) I never did find the labs having been rudely interupted by a giddy police spaniel lol

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