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    So my mate knew about this place and wanted to go again as he failed the first time, so we set off to attempt the double razor wire fences, after about an hour we got in! We are pretty sure were the first explorers in here, its so cool to think that some of britian's biggest murders were solved here!






















































































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    Very clean... figures I guess! Thanks for posting.

    I wouldn't go making claims about firsts, it's very rarely true. :)

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    Very nice does look super clean great photos

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    Yeah nicely done, a bit of explanation between pics of what you're seeing would be good, but I really enjoyed looking, Thanks
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    What a nice clean environment. And to help you someone left the electricity on. I hope you didn't leave any traces of your visit, hair samples, fingerprints, etc as you know that is the place where you'll be found out.
    When the going gets tough - the tough get going.

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    Looks mint, nice one getting past the razor wire :)


    "It's just everyday carry, officer!" SlimJim 2k15

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    Really sweet report that
    I like to go where others fear to tread.

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    WTF. I've come to realise I overuse the term 'minter'.
    Nice one. Just epic lads.
    Thanks for sharing! :)
    Last edited by UrbanX; 3rd Jan 16 at 08:24.

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    Great work! Loved this report! Looks like an amazing place to explore!

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    I often walk my dog in the woods near here, so I have seen that fence for myself. Well done for getting over that because it looks difficult! You got some really great photos :) it's nice to finally see the inside.

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