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Thread: Houghton Grange - January to March 2016

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    Drive past this once a week. Glad for the rather excellent snaps, saves me dodging cameras and getting my shoes dirty. :D. Boy I'm getting to be a lazy one.

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    Fantastic set of photos great report.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubex View Post
    Fantastic photos of this place jsp77 :) you should have popped in for a coffee! I'm only 2 minutes away from here lol
    Irish of course,

    You got some great shots jsp, like the other comments I too shudder at the history of this site, Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubex View Post
    Fantastic photos of this place jsp77 :) you should have popped in for a coffee! I'm only 2 minutes away from here lol
    I may have to take you up on that, if i'm ever about in your neck of the woods lol.

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    you certainly made this appealing excellent work! :D
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    Be aware of the cameras!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OctopusExplores View Post
    Be aware of the cameras!
    And why's that? it's all part of the fun.

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    Fun indeed. Most cameras/camera setups have their blind spots ;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by SlimJim View Post
    Fun indeed. Most cameras/camera setups have their blind spots ;)
    I was watching yours and Prickly_Buzz's vids last night, i did chuckle when the alarms went off, excellent.

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    I bet on yr last photo a camera spoke to u!?
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