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    Default East Norton Tunnel - Leicestershire - Aug 09


    Visited here with losttom and djfresh,

    Don't really know anything about the history of this site, but there is some in losttom's post :) --> https://www.derelictplaces.co.uk/main...ad.php?t=12411

    Old Plough



    Old bookcase/filing cabinets etc



    Old trailer





    Some strange contraption that none of us could work out, although like Losttom I nearly walked into it on the way back



    Old bits of metal around that used to be on the edge of the arches, anyone know what these would have been for?



    Tractor tracks


    Old bag of green beans :/


    Can of Easy Start





    Another trailer



    Tractor with DJ Fresh



    Old perscription boxes for Lambs and Piglets
    Dated 2006

    Hope you enjoyed :)

    More pictures here: http://djbinks.metalmayhem.org/main.php?g2_itemId=69
    Last edited by Tican; 1st Sep 09 at 21:24.

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    Seen it on here befor, like the tractor. Looks like some famer uses the place to store stuff.:)
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    Quote Originally Posted by night crawler View Post
    Seen it on here befor, like the tractor. Looks like some famer uses the place to store stuff.:)
    Nothing in there has moved in years (can tell just by looking at most of it), and it was last used for livestock etc in around 2007ish, apparently there used to be a caravan and running water near the entrance, but the caravan has since gone, and there is no running water, just the pipes remaining, I was going to follow them, but was informed that they go on for miles


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