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Thread: The Very Wild West.. June 2018

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    Still can't believe this is still there.lovely shots and quite a bit left to see

    I like to go where others fear to tread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mockingbird View Post
    Haha yeah still standing mate, just... Few bits to enjoy stlll, suprised they went to the effort of cctv signs when it's all just falling down though!
    I had the owner having a rant at me on email saying to take it down and not to post it anywhere, remove it from papers etc. He eventually told me that he was going to flatten it all but clearly not!
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    how utterly fabulous. I'd be very tempted to see if I could get a tune out of that old piano.

    Don't like the look of those ne'er-do-wells in the jail cell though ;)
    "When the time comes to leave, just walk away slowly and don't make any fuss" - Banksy

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