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a quick hello from bradford

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hi guys im a new member and pretty new to urbexing .. i live in a place called keighley its neer bradford and leeds in west yorkshire

always looking for new people to meet up with and go on an adventure :) speak to all soon

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Welcome to the forum,if there's any issues you have finding your way around or questions need asking then one of us will be happy to help :)

Look forward to what you discover and reports you post

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thank you and thanks for the warm and welcome hello nice much appriciated nice to finally find a community site that is in the uk for urbex i feel i have found a new home :D

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Welcome to the forum Creaven, been really good talking to you on FB. Hope to see you out and about more and get some pics uploaded :thumb

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