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UK Big Ass Drag Crane. 2011

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This beast is masssssoooooovvvvvvveeeeee ! first visit to check out access and the cameras.........come back when all dark......then onto a fail quarry and a find on the way to a quarry tighter than a ducks ass with CCTV and motion detectors with Ariel's we found some stone mines (more on other post).....well back same night 8.45 all in darkness hidden by trees and a bloody steel fence !......over fence under camera and were in.....

when you see a sign like this you know your in for some serious fun !

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We wanted to get higher but as it started to team it down and a drop of the remote to the floor 25-30 feet below us we headed down and off just as the heavens opened.....its on the cards I'm going back.....minus r lass as fence damage has put her off.......hope you like

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