Urbexbandoned

Dials

Ooh yeah, dial porn, only thing better than stair porn. Got any dials on stairs? :D

**edit - nvm, just found them on the stair porn thread :lol:

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Wow some great photography shared here, I seriously need to up my dial game! Here's a few of mine

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Nice dialage going on here. The_Raw I actually googled what a Synchroscope was. That first picture is mint :thumb

macc_explore, some great shots :thumb

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Very nice work , I'll just settle for looking as I haven't got any worthwhile ones to contribute here..

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