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Thread: Sowerby Bridge ROC Post - Yorkshire - July 2015

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    All ROC posts are extensively catalogued and reported on. It's really not going to make a difference.


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    Quote Originally Posted by outkast View Post
    HHHMMM I am little uneasy at seeing those pics on here, only because I have a sinking feeling that what ever bits are still in there wont be for long if past experience of these things is anything to go buy.
    There are some reports of this particular post on other sites that are from 2008 and it's pretty much in the same condition as it was back then bar a bit of graffiti on the wall.
    No one ever wins. No one finally loses, except the dead. Under the sun they rot together with absolute biological equality.

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