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Yes another Cinema report...

This was the first location we visited and again a big :thumbs to SpaceInvader for getting this trip organised at such short notice.

This is my first cinema report even tho earlier this year i stuck my head in at robins cinema but didnt take any pics so this was a great Explore for me!

The pics are all gunna be samey but its limited on shots you can get..Cheers to Nk&PS for the good advice

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Excellent set......on the 'to do' list this one.....after getting some waders ;)

nah waders wont save you :)

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Stunning place, nice use of ultra-wide angle

wouldnt be without my wideangle on an explore..lovely bit of kit mate

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Top set of images Wevs :)

Looks a great sight and worth getting wet for.

Latset on Robbins, it has now been knocked down :(

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Top set of images Wevs :)

Looks a great sight and worth getting wet for.

Latset on Robbins, it has now been knocked down :(

yeah i saw a thread somewhere mentioning that..atleast robins still had a projector in there ;)

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