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    Quote Originally Posted by BikinGlynn View Post
    Nice that, have u been over there with our Kettering friend ;-)
    who's that then ?

    Yeah Hugh its a very atmospheric place :(


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    Quote Originally Posted by BikinGlynn View Post
    Nice that, have u been over there with our Kettering friend ;-)
    Infraredd?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MD View Post
    who's that then ?

    Yeah Hugh its a very atmospheric place :(
    Guy I know (Northantzurbex I believe but not on here much) was there a week or so back & posted some excellent pics on fb.
    Looks an interesting place, I have not done any foreign explores.... yet

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