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This was day one of our tour de la derp..

Fascinating place and many rooms full of allsorts including the basement level with the bits everyone wants to see..

Visited with sx-riffraff ,Crazy fool and spaceinvader who was having 40 winks back atthe car

The horror labs is situated in a now mainly converted area so making access not as straightforward as youd like ,but access was gained none the less

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The light in here as many of you know or have gathered isnt great due to the small window at end of the room so its a bitch to get right

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Thanks for looking and no doubt i'll have a few more up during the day

Edited by skeleton key

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Fab pics Wevs, I could spend hours looking at all that stuff :D I'd say you caught the light perfectly :thumb

I light painted some of the shots to get the balance of tlight right

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Looks crackin mate. Nice to see the place is still doable. I shall be gracing it with my presence :)

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right question can any of you see the portrait shots side by side..they dont on my browser but do elsewhere?and yesmaniac i know its browser size related but they show fine other place

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now this is probably the best set of pics ive seen to come out of this place blimey riley!!!wevs top marks seriously for this one outstanding pics..i would literally do my chicken without a head routine here it looks facinating and im so glad we do what we do or ide never see places like this even if i do have to look at the place through a fellow splorers lens..thanks for that one really enjoyed it :welly

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Brilliant Photos, this is one of those places I remember seeing loads of when I started getting in to this crawling around buildings business. Not sure if I'll ever get a chance to see it, Might have to make a visit over at some point.

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Still looking good there dude, see they moved the skinned dog's head back down to the basement - who would want to touch that!! I didn't touch a thing in there besides climbing in and out.

Nice photos, well taken and a cracking report. :thumb:

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Still looking good there dude, see they moved the skinned dog's head back down to the basement - who would want to touch that!! I didn't touch a thing in there besides climbing in and out.

Nice photos, well taken and a cracking report. :thumb:

from various reports ive seen much has been moved about ..and nah nasty things to be moving about :)

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