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UK The Tone Mills, Somerset - July 2016

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Set off for a lil trip with @MrObvious and someone else, and I was pleasantly surprised. 

 

Two mills close to each other kept us occupied for a few hours - lovely locations with some beautiful natural decay.

 

Shame our visit was cut short by the local chav infestation arriving, and throwing bricks from the top floor window, but i was happy with some of the images i got anyway:whyu:

 

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As always, thanks for looking! :thumb

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next time im down this way ill be checking this place out. I got cut short by local chavs playing with fire in st. Josephs orphanage the other week, I climbed out and phoned the police on the little gits.

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Guess this place will be going downhill fast then if that's the case, shame as it's one of the nicest looking derps in the country

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