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Thanks for inviting me into this site, very nice to meet some fellow urbexers :P

I´ve been urbexing for 5 years, now mostly outside of DK.. I´ve been to UK, Germany, France, Luxemburg and Belgium and seen a lot of amazing sites so far.

Im always looking for new great explores and would love to meet up and make some new urbexfriends too :D

x BlackBird

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Welcome to the forum BlackBird, nice intro there, what kind of sites are you into and where have you explored in the UK?

Give me a shout of you need help with anything :thumb

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Hello you lol and glad you made it :D

Sorry you were classed as spam but all sorted :D

Great to see you on the forum and look forwards to seeing your images shared Sigrid :thumb

As said above if any can assist just shout ok :beer:

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Thank you Lenston :):thumb

In UK I´ve been to Pyestock and the Girls school + a few manors that I don´t recall the names of, just had two days there. Really hope to go back sometime soon :P

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Hello you lol and glad you made it :D

Sorry you were classed as spam but all sorted :D

Great to see you on the forum and look forwards to seeing your images shared Sigrid :thumb

As said above if any can assist just shout ok :beer:

Haha.. yeah.. I am a real spammer :P

Thanks for all the help getting through the filter :) Looking forward to share my pictures and get inspired by the other members :)

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Hi blackbird, nice to see you over here :)

Sounds like you have had some nice travels and explores so can't wait to see some of your reports.

If you need anything let one of us know, we are all a friendly bunch. Welcome to OS and hope you settle in.

Tracey

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Thank you Lenston :):thumb

In UK I´ve been to Pyestock and the Girls school + a few manors that I don´t recall the names of, just had two days there. Really hope to go back sometime soon :P

Sounds good, look forward to seeing some of your work :)

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