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I wonder after the hovis factory death there will be a little spurt of demolitions anyway. In the meen time, I need to make plans to get down south by the looks of it

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MM is in my top 5 splores, I love it, its iconic and has always held some mystique due to the Leap and the security fables, It was also where I me the "Kent Lot" (Wevs, Obs, Tris, Justin etc....), we said our hellos and 5 minutes later we were running across the no mans land, I will miss it when it goes

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Agree Nelly, definitely one of my favs, I feel it's gonna get hit hard with explorers imminently...including me..might set up a cake stall :)

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Those developer images look absolutely horrible, yet another ill-considered 'modern' steel and glass monstrosity. Bad in every single way.

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MM is in my top 5 splores, I love it, its iconic and has always held some mystique due to the Leap and the security fables, It was also where I me the "Kent Lot" (Wevs, Obs, Tris, Justin etc....), we said our hellos and 5 minutes later we were running across the no mans land, I will miss it when it goes

was a good day that nelly

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