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UK Burham Chalk mine tunnel - kent - Burham - 2008

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visitited with solar p im not to sure of history on this place ill leave to solar p to tell you all but heres my pics

probably the worst fence ever

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good place for lightpainting incase u hadnt noticed

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are you sure this is a chalk mine??

from the look of this place in comparison to the ramsgate tunnels they look very similar....are you sure its not a disused train tunnel?? :?:

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I love this place, only 5min up the road an the best place i know to light paint. I know a bit of history aswell as an old pic of the train somewhere. Im thinking i need to go back!

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Oh such green skanky water... so inviting :mrgreen:

It has such an exquisite colour doesn't it :lol: Makes me want to go for a swim :?

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Me and a mate have fallen in that, hence thew name swamp_donkey! :lol:

Although i only managed to dip a foot in, my mate ran down the hill an disapeered under the murkey pea green soup! I did laugh alot, an still do!

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hahaha after you explained about your name on BB I always wondered which swamp it was that your mate fell in, thats just rancid hahahaha :lol::lol::lol:

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