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Going in esplanades i had to crawl through a shit load of needles, then sweep them out the way for everyone else lol, another bad one is seeing a fresh turd with a foot print in it a just knowing either RJ or maniac has just trodden in it :P that was a stinky car journey!!

i remember you sweeping them needles out the way..savage fuckers dumping them thru the door

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those aside nothing beyond the norm of:

pigeon poo in huge quantities - stairs up the tower in a church in wakefield anyone

dead pigeons

dead rabbit with a bit missing out of it's side on stairs in Barnes Hospital

dead, mummified rat in kitchen area at Harpur Hill College, Buxton - loved that place one of my fave explores ..wish it were still standing

various dead birds in various states of completeness or otherwise - some with innards clearly on display at various places

sheeps head at some cottages in rochdale

remains of a sheep at Grove rake mine

copious amounts of needles at various sites - factory in bury and St. Cyprians in liverpool being among fore runners for most amount of sharps - needles tend not to phase me really

think that's about it

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sheep remains at grove rake mine:

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did you rescue this for cleaning up>?my wife is desperately hoping i find something like this so she can have another animal skull to add to her collection

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