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    Talking The Meth Church! - January 2015


    Mockingbirds Moodiness Strikes!

    So last year I finally met up with the dirty one (DirtyJigsaw) our first port of call was a no go, due to security about like rabbits so we quickly shifted gears and made our way to this place without wasting anymore time.
    Rather enjoyable the main hall and the ceiling was impressive enough.

    Upon walking about, we decided to split up I could hear talking, so while snapping away I come across Jigsaw talking to a few homeless people, apparently they had a dog and they never heard us nor the dog, we are ninjas... anyway they must of thought something odd about us, an asked jigsaw if he worked for the papers/news.

    The church fell into despair and apparently they have found a new one to worship the lord, this one lays empty and now homeless people live inside.

    Not alot but enough for a report :) thanks to brickworx for the info on this, - sorry for not saying chap! :)


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    As I said not alot but worth a nose if close like we was, cheers for looking!
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    I do like a nice church, a nice modernist twist with this one. Should we refer to you as the dirty duo, or should I just get my coat? :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by tumble1 View Post
    I do like a nice church, a nice modernist twist with this one. Should we refer to you as the dirty duo, or should I just get my coat? :)
    Dont forget your hat lol cheers tumble :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by mockingbird View Post
    Dont forget your hat lol cheers tumble :D
    You're a good sport, I promise it's my last. Best behaviour from now on. Looks like you have lots more to come in 2015. :)

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    Nice report MB! Some fantastic photos and just goes to show how different our styles are. You captured this place well. Love the moody external too

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    Glad you got round to posting the pics...credit where credits due eh MB?
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    Some really interesting modern design with the glass and ceramics, Brilliant shots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brickworx View Post
    Glad you got round to posting the pics...credit where credits due eh MB?
    sorry chap wrote it in a rush, shall edit now for ya an cheers :)
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    like this place , has a real 60's look about it, do you know when it was built? and like the satin chrome light switch second from last , its a MK electric !

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    Cool... Like it!
    YOU AINT SEEN ME... RIGHT!!

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