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Everyone has a favourite explore. One persons shitty little derp is anothers treasure trove ( in more ways than one sometimes...)

 

What is your favourite, and why?

 

I'm an asylum / hospital lad, but mine has to be Fletchers paper mill.

 

It ticks all the right boxes. Not easy to get into, not completely f00ked, and lots of stuff left.

 

My only visit was with DHL, and he recommended it to me while we were at the 28DL manc meet. I wanted Whittingham, and whilst I wish I had seen it before It went, boy was he correct!

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