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UK Pigeon Church, Angus Feb 2013

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Was a really good explore mate, was my second time here, but it still reeked!

Great work on the pics, fantastic shots mate!

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Drove past this place a lot when I lived in Arbroath briefly and was commuting to Aberdeen from there.

Never thought to check it out as I thought it would be wrecked inside, must get round to checking this out

now. IIRC it's been for sale for a very long time along with another church in the Town.

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Excellent pics Baron! :thumb Certainly some brilliant stuff in Scotlandshire. Cool to see good sploremanship in crediting Stussy :D

It wasn't myself that originally found it, am sure it was Lost and a non member V70 that found it. I did track it down after seeing their pics, its a great place, and credit goes to Baron for the pics and dragging me down here to meet him for our first splore :)

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It wasn't myself that originally found it, am sure it was Lost and a non member V70 that found it. I did track it down after seeing their pics, its a great place, and credit goes to Baron for the pics and dragging me down here to meet him for our first splore :)

He kept going on and on and on and on and on about it...

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