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As the title says :)

 

Thought of it when I found a load today of explores I did years ago.A quick commentry as to why would be good too.

 

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I think this was my first trip to West Park. It had been started the night before in the neigthbouring park, progressed to dodging the PIRs and then the infamous MC hammer. Good times.

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