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Me again, 

After a day trip to France and visiting Chateau Secession, we headed to ET Church, but it was not to be, so headed onto this place. I have been here afew times now, with each time the place being more thrashed. The travellers are still on site and you could clearly hear their loud music that day blaring in the hot sun.

On with some of my photos.

26823038312_c63c42da38_b.jpgPrison 15H by Dirty Jigsaw, on Flickr


26312767863_03bb7c4fce_b.jpgPrison 15H by Dirty Jigsaw, on Flickr


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26849207601_b2964df1c6_b.jpgPrison 15H by Dirty Jigsaw, on Flickr


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26823022632_1b73711b4f_b.jpgPrison 15H by Dirty Jigsaw, on Flickr


26777904552_aafedb89fb_b.jpgPrison 15H by Dirty Jigsaw, on Flickr


26823028112_416ca8749d_b.jpgPrison 15H by Dirty Jigsaw, on Flickr


26312759773_a2443f32bb_b.jpgPrison 15H by Dirty Jigsaw, on Flickr


26312761623_0a8ae59ab7_b.jpgPrison 15H by Dirty Jigsaw, on Flickr


26883408376_aacfd4c33c_b.jpgPrison 15H by Dirty Jigsaw, on Flickr


26643923280_8b4114e16c_b.jpgPrison 15H by Dirty Jigsaw, on Flickr


26823057262_3fccb4a821_b.jpgPrison 15H by Dirty Jigsaw, on Flickr


26849227611_15bcec42b1_b.jpgPrison 15H by Dirty Jigsaw, on Flickr


26643933100_b84b9821c8_b.jpgPrison 15H by Dirty Jigsaw, on Flickr


26883409516_4e93e8099c_b.jpgPrison 15H by Dirty Jigsaw, on Flickr


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Believe it or not that actually looks a bit clearer than when we visited it several months back! 

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5 minutes ago, Maniac said:

Believe it or not that actually looks a bit clearer than when we visited it several months back! 

Haha, really?! 

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Love that second shot from the corner of the site and you found some pretty cool graff in there, that Clint Eastwood mural is wicked and a nice shot too :thumb 

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This place is taking on a whole new look as it degrades further - looking more apocalyptic every time

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Nice clear pics there mate, always like seeing snaps from here. Looks like a giant book lying on the floor in one of those shots lol :) 

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