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    Thats amazing. Love interesting concrete frames like that. Casting some of the curved bits must have been fun!
    Fantastic photos, thanks for sharing :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldscrote View Post
    Thanks for that,I've had a fascination about this place for years

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    I'd worry more about the neds than the ghosties if they're persistent enough to take a sledge to the altar just for shits and giggles. Here's me thinking there was nothing left to smash..

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