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TheBaronof Scotland

UK Dundyvan Church, North Lanarkshire, March 2013

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hi

Very quick smash and grab splore as I had an hour to kill this PM.

The place was ravaged by fire at some point and not much is left, the tower was what i wanted but as you will see the staircase is long gone.

Splored with Scattergun, good catching up mate, nothing like a "can you be here 15 mins" phone call :thumb

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Cheers Baron and god how shes changed a s i use to walk past here when it was in use.

It looks like some thing out of the Bliz.

Sad but great to see if that makes sence :thumb

Thanks for sharing :beer:

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That's one hell of a structure, looked like something out of a horror movie, you were brave going up those stairs, all in the name of Urbex and getting the perfect shot, Do you know if there are any plans to save this place ?

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Looks good mate, wish I could get a report up as quickly as that! I've not even taken the images off the camera.

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