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visited with six riff raff and pezzar ...

we arrived early Friday morning ,all keen to start working are way throught the list and cram as much into three days as possible :D Friday didn't quite go to plan after a few fails a trye change and run in with Belgiums finest :police2: who took are details and ask us politely to leave we then heading onto traction sud could of spent all night at this place there so much to see so defintley a revisit in order ;)

on with the pics apologies for the overkill with the fish-eye got a little carried away ...

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traction sud ...

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lightspeed ...

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chateau luminere...

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theatre jusete ...

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Villa Wallfhart ...

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thanks for looking ...

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Ive been waiting for this as had seen a few shots ya bloody tease lol :lol:

I will call this post( Bloody Epic ) mate as has it all for me . :cool2:

Absolute top draw :thumb

Thanks for the share :P

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Nice one!

Is that Old iron II?

Always wanted to see Lumiere but it's just such a long drive. One day!

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