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    Default Civil Bombing Decoy (C Series) Thorner


    Surprisingly chaved up and full of rubbish considering its location.But another off the todo list :)


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    Thanks for looking

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    Nice shots mate !! Shame it only takes one arsehole with a spray can to ruin things !!:icon_evil

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    Yea from outside I thought it was gonna be a clean interior bit wrong there

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    Even if it was good graffiti it could be understood but that is just terrible. Makes me was to get the emulsion out and cover it,

    Great photos BTW. Looks like the weather was with you.

    I took a traipse around a farm today in the early hours and got soaked up to the knees.

    A Decoy site is on the radar for me tomorrow.

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    Did 2 sites today with no rain til we got home :) Lucky day really and yea I totally agree on the paint job.Look forward to seeing your pics

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    Up early tomorrow for that. I was plotting the 28 twin pillboxes in Calcot Reading this morning. Still three days off work to get to all of the area covered. Farmers willing of course.

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    Rain stopped play with me today as well but managed to get 5 pillboxes done so cannot grumble mind you I had to take them with my iPhone because my new camera battery charger still hasn't arrived I'll post them up as soon as I get them onto the computer. Is this the one you sent me the flash earth for rich cos my computer crashed and I didn't get a chance to look at it

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonney View Post
    Rain stopped play with me today as well but managed to get 5 pillboxes done so cannot grumble mind you I had to take them with my iPhone because my new camera battery charger still hasn't arrived I'll post them up as soon as I get them onto the computer. Is this the one you sent me the flash earth for rich cos my computer crashed and I didn't get a chance to look at it
    Yes mate this is the one. Nice to see youre out n about again look forward to seeing your latest :)

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    Tidy....we'll have to start calling you Mr Starfish ;)


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