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UK Abandoned Military Factory, Scotland!

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Hi guys, this is my first post on this forum.

 

My friend and I have been vlogging our urban exploration adventures and there has been a hugely positive response. 

 

Here is our vlog from our trip to Edingham Munitions Factory in Scotland.

 

 

As a result we decided to expand and create a website and a number of new features. One being a blog.

 

Here is a blog on our most recent trip to Edingham Munitions Military Factory in Scotland. 

 

https://offlimitsexploration.wordpress.com/2016/07/03/edingham-munitions-factory/

 

Enjoy!

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