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Old 9th October 2016, 22:42   #1
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I thought I would set up a thread where I can share my urban exploration pics, a short description of the place and history will appear prior to the pics.
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Old 9th October 2016, 22:53   #2
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Default Coleby Grange - Lincolnshire.

A derelict former WW2 control tower.

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Old 9th October 2016, 23:02   #3
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Great stuff Andy, look forward to seeing more of your explorations
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I love these sort of pics - just think of all the history these buildings have seen - absolutely fascinating.

Thanks for posting - keep 'em coming.

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I love these sort of pics - just think of all the history these buildings have seen - absolutely fascinating.

Thanks for posting - keep 'em coming.

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Im opposite view ..I just think what a crying shame its been left to get in that state..but I know what you mean...great pics thouh Andy ..you certainly " have an eye " for photography ..and a tendancy to trespass
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I love these sort of pics - just think of all the history these buildings have seen - absolutely fascinating.

Thanks for posting - keep 'em coming.

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I totally agree, its absolutely fascinating, luv these sort of photos. My father does the same thing, he is obsessed with history, old buildings and ruins.

Superb photos Andy.
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Great pics Andy, these type of pictures are always fascinating to me. Just thinking of all the people who have been there before us, apart from the imbeciles who feel the need to graffiti everywhere obviously

Please tell me you didn't go down that rickety fire escape
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No, I went up it to the roof to get some better shots
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