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Oh thats good!!! How the F did SI sleep and miss that!!!!

he had seen it before mate and he had done a lot of driving on very little sleep so sleep more important on trips with a lot of driving

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I prodded the dog skull and out came the tongue for a good lick but i thought better of it :)

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Again a cracking job you have done, I thought the place had mostly gone.......shame it was on my list :(

its the last bit there to be converted and some of it has had work done/areas cleared of debris falling down from the ceiling etc

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Well done anyway, loving the images.

I kow its very tourist trail..but i have wanted to see this place a long time beofre i got a passport and even tho the lads had been beforethey had no problem going back so i could see it before its gone..glad i packed the 50mm ,wideangles a bugger to get up close

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I don't care who I have to beg, I've gotta get to this place. Those photos of the tissue samples in jars made me need to go lay out in a dark room and calm down.

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I don't care who I have to beg, I've gotta get to this place. Those photos of the tissue samples in jars made me need to go lay out in a dark room and calm down.

its well worth the trip mate!

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Wait, the place's being converted? How far along are they?

they have cleared up the fallen ceiling in the auditorium and generaly cleaned up mate dont knwo what it looked like before to say really!the room in basement is still full of stuff as u can see

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