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So...

About time i posted properly!

The majority, if not all of my explores are already vastly covered on here and whilst i fully intend on posting them - i thought id do a "best of"

So, some of my favourite pictures over the years..

St Johns, Chelmsford

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West Park, Epsom

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Sleaford Maltings, Lincolnshire

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Harperbury Asylum, Hertfordshire

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West Park, Epsom

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Marconi Radio Factory, Chelmsford

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Marconi Radio Factory, Chelmsford

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Severalls Asylum, Colchester

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West Park, Epsom

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And finally...

Sleaford (terrified)

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:-)

Edited by skeleton key

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Guest Dubbednavigator

Im not shy to say i was petrified. Me and heights are not mates!

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Lovely explores and photos! That bridge looks like it could be my best friend, I just love heights.

agreed :D Temps, and lovely shots there !!

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Guest Scattergun

Well done for doing they questionable bridges! The second west park shots my fav :)

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Guest Dubbednavigator
Whoooa!! That last one at Sleaford!!! On your own!!!

Trust me, it took the guys i was with A LOT of persuasion....

See my grip on the rails? yea...

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