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A few locations from our last euro tour .....;-) June 2012

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First of a completely trashed Chinese gaff held a few photographic chances visited with Critical Mass & Host ......Cite Le Dragon









Next Fort Chatreus another rather beaten location but with loads of character a must visit location if your in Belgium , Bumped into many people here some doing model shoots complete with lighting rigs and some doing urbex photography once a prison and a hospital

















Ok just to say SORRY i cant remember the name of this location all i have to say is STAIRCASE WOW !!!!!













Thanks for looking Oldskool ............

Edited by Nelly
Added date to title :)

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gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous, so many reports on one day, my eyes are bleeding and I have repetatatative strain.

Cracking night Ive had tonight Mr Morris, Thanks for sharing

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Excellent stuff mate. I thought Chartreuse was one of the highlights of my last trip. Love old forts.

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gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous, so many reports on one day, my eyes are bleeding and I have repetatatative strain.

Cracking night Ive had tonight Mr Morris, Thanks for sharing

cheers for comment ive got loads to add yet and new stuff form france

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