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    So this location i did about a month back and it was the first time ive ever really did a building like this before i didnt know we was going to this place untill my friend told me haha. Most of the rooms wasnt very interesting if im honest and was just covered in bird poo the main thing i wanted to see in this building was the clock tower which was around 3 floors high im also scared of heights so it wasnt the best of ideas for me lol so climbing up the ladders were find but then standing on the rotten floor boards and seeing the rooms below was very scary for me but i really had to see this clocktower. when i finally got to the last floor i noticed there wasnt really many safe places i could stand so i did the best i could photo wise but i dont regret going up there to get the shoots thanks for reading and looking at my pictures guys


    MWV_4057 by kurt roberts, on Flickr



    MWV_4052 by kurt roberts, on Flickr



    abandoned clocktower by kurt roberts, on Flickr






    MWV_4059 by kurt roberts, on Flickr



    abandoned clock tower by kurt roberts, on Flickr


    abandoned clock tower by kurt roberts, on Flickr


    abandoned clocktower by kurt roberts, on Flickr

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    Safety first! And you still got great pictures. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by krela View Post
    Safety first! And you still got great pictures. :)
    haha very sketchy place this was

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    Loving those clock face pix. Top effort. But like Krela says...safety first!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HughieD View Post
    Loving those clock face pix. Top effort. But like Krela says...safety first!
    thanks dude and i know my limits lol :D

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    Great shots of the clock face, the sensation of your foot going through a floorboard has to be experienced to really appreciate the Safety first advice, Liked your pics, Thanks
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    Definitely worth it! It's lovely :)

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