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    Oh wow! Excellent report. This was definitely my favourite place from our trip.
    You’ll have to add your ‘light switch fetish’ video, lol.


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    Amazing a town could just be left like that to rot
    May the shadow of Murphy never darken your door."
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    Good selection bud. It's an interesting site, could have spent much longer here on my last visit but for the heat. (It was a cool 30+). Has much of it been redeveloped?
    Hoocha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scattergun View Post
    Good selection bud. It's an interesting site, could have spent much longer here on my last visit but for the heat. (It was a cool 30+). Has much of it been redeveloped?
    Cheers dude!
    No not at all, I was there last month and there's no signs of life at all.
    The Officers side of the site is up for sale, but it has been for years with no interest
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