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Falling Up - An Urbex Documentary

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I really like it, it's very well put together and both you and Alex I know so it's kinda nice to see some seriousness amid the laughs and jokes lol. Love history on places so this was right up my street, also one of my fave places I've seen. Thumbs up from me :thumb

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I really like it, it's very well put together and both you and Alex I know so it's kinda nice to see some seriousness amid the laughs and jokes lol. Love history on places so this was right up my street, also one of my fave places I've seen. Thumbs up from me :thumb
Top vid that :thumb
Some nice work there :thumb

Glad you all like it. I was a bit dubious at first when I was contacted to see if we would be interested in doing this so I checked out Young and it soon became apparent he was legit and not going to try and paint explorers in a bad light.

I think he has done a great job in showing why we do what we do.

Thanks again,

Dugie

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