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    Nice one. I'm afraid to say I lived in a tower block for 6 months, and it just isn't how people should live. I must admit, I always wondered what it would be like to get onto the roof. Might try it soon, as still got family in a couple!


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    Wicked report! :) Not got round to ticking tower block off the list yet... Many of the flats open? Anything 'personal' left behind?
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    Quote Originally Posted by UrbanX View Post
    Wicked report! :) Not got round to ticking tower block off the list yet... Many of the flats open? Anything 'personal' left behind?
    All the flats were open, but were in the process of being stripped. Nothing really personal was left, The demo crew had already removed anything like that.

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