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UK South Forelands Deep Shelter Number 1 AUGUST 2013

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i do like a fisheye, my choice for everything at the moment and looks brilliant down there..also yet to do this one!

I recognise your profile pic..Do believe ive been up top of that thing

this one?

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You manage to get up the top of it?

yeah i posted a couple pics onto the KentUrbex facebook page quite a few weeks back now.. happened to be a real windy night and was a tad scary up there!

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yeah i posted a couple pics onto the KentUrbex facebook page quite a few weeks back now.. happened to be a real windy night and was a tad scary up there!

ah that was you was it..fair enough

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