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    Default Birmingham Anchor Exchange


    Anyone been down there? I'd love to check it out sometime, been researching via google which gives some information but can anyone PM me some details??


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    Forget it.........

    There is no way you are gonna get into Anchor Exchange. Its more secure than a secure thing at a secureness convention. Someone did get in a few years ago but since this visit BT uprated their security. As i said before forget it..........

    DP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Prince View Post
    Forget it.........

    There is no way you are gonna get into Anchor Exchange. Its more secure than a secure thing at a secureness convention. Someone did get in a few years ago but since this visit BT uprated their security. As i said before forget it..........

    DP
    Thats a shame :(

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=28e35...ure=youtu.be&a

    A short report about the Anchor Exchange and tunnels from the BBC archives.
    A lovely childhood. Just me, my mother and the voices...

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