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We visitied on what turned out to be the hottest day of the year, your birthday if I remember rightly Wevs?? 2011??

Up and down those ladders, no stop, I though I was going to die!!!

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It seems like an age ago I last set foot in Pyestock, way back in June 2010, did four visits in the first half of that year and saw the best bits.

Going to be such a gaping hole in the urbex community when it's finally totally flattened :(

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So agree Mookster I just cant seen on the industrial side of things what could even come close to replace her ?

Not a thing I guess all who made it there should consider themselves lucky.

Every time I see pics I think of the silly and fun times had.

Cheers for the pics mate

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We visitied on what turned out to be the hottest day of the year, your birthday if I remember rightly Wevs?? 2011??

Up and down those ladders, no stop, I though I was going to die!!!

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so hot i nearly died.. :thumb

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rip pyestock

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I have to say, I know there are some truly epic and iconic interior shots from this place but I absolutely love externals taken from a little height, even though they only go some way to convey the sheer size of the place they are truly magnificent

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