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UK St Josephs Seminary... June '13

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Friday night and a text comes through...

'Shag, we're goin EPIC tomorrow! Get yourself up here for 3 am, St Jo's could be a goer!!'

Plans for a jaunt up to Ushaw are immediately thrown out of the window!! If theres a chink in the armour then this could be an unforgettable one...

After the briefest of slumber I'm hotfooting it up the M6 to meet up with the crew, namely Mars Lander (who?!), Lucky Pants and PROJECT MAYHEM and after a quick brew we're off!

I was giving this one 60/40 (odds stacked against us!)... Well sod the odds! We're in!!


It's a bit gloomy so we head up, up, UP... And find the observatory


View from the top...


As we descend, it all unfurls...




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We even find a stuffed bird display!!



And other artefacts...





Corridor aceness aplenty...



And general 'epicness'...




Moments after this last shot was taken we we're ousted by the LOUDEST alarm known to man! It wasnt long and we were homeward bound... Unforgettable?! Most definitely!!

Thanks for looking...

Edited by skeleton key
Added country under prefix

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Great stuff. #2 made me sware out loud!! Ha, I came across Mars on flickr, thinking surely I would remember having a contact with that name!!

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Guest peterc4

Well done mate, was well away when I got the text. 11.35 pm gutted didn't see it till morning, top notch job

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Guest Scattergun

Fuckin sweet dude, awesome stuff. Really nice lookin set there, love the corridors :) Where the hell was my txt Mayhem?

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Nice stuff mate, this much reminds me of ushaw but on a much more grand scale.

Was all set to do Ushaw, but got the call to do this one... No contest! Will do Ushaw soon... :)

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