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Return to Nortel Harlow (Rooftop)

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I had visited this site a week earlier but was thwarted in our attempt to do the roof by a persistent sec in a white van

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So it was a revisit, this time there were four of us, Myself, Skeleton Key, UrbanX and Mad Axe, a great explore rounded off with a nice pint!!!

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It's always nice being on the other side of the cameras :)

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The rooftop plant rooms

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Building 2

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