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AlanMowbs82

UK Sarre battle hq explore. - 2014

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Evening everyone, firstly just want to say hello to everyone as ive been a lurker for a good while just reading threads etc so thought its about time i better join up and post something to contribute.

One of my best mates woody is on this forum that some of you probably know and we always go exploring together so there was never much point me putting up my photos as well of the same location on the same night. also only been using my dslr for the last few explores, i used to just use point and shoot which im quite gutted about now after doing that for a couple of years.

anyway i got bored on saturday and after doing the normal searching for explores for a few hours online i decided to go for a drive down to sarre and have a look to see if it was still open as looked like a good place.

got to the location and there was a guy feeding his pigs and various other animals on the land so i had to do a bit of a sneaky around him, managed to shuffle through the hole and spent about an hour down there on my own having a look around, although i could have got around it in about 5 minutes as its pretty small but there was something nice about being down there alone, nice and peaceful.

so only a few pics that im sure you've all seen hundreds of times before but it was a way of introducing myself and saying hello.

History here if anyone needs it - http://www.subbrit.org.uk/sb-sites/sites/s/sarre_brigade_headquarters/index.shtml

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thanks for looking

alan.

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It's a nice little explore this mate ive spent a fair bit of time down here..Good pics and welcome to the forum

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lol i think i saw all the bits in there that make the monster but its been decapitated.

ah shame..sarre monster was part of the whole experience ;)

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