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Yeah the things they can do with rocks these days, its amazing lol

Just a farmer type guy. He was pretty mad and said we were lucky he didn't have a gun on him. :(

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Ah, rural types & their shotguns...

Almost making me feel nostalgic about shroom hunting in the Peak District. :)

Reminds me of being caught by an angry game keeper outside Fauld on one occasion. He threatened to shoot us, then just told us to piss off.

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Fantastic stuff here, we tried this place back in 2011 but failed to get in.

I knew it would be a cracker inside and your photos do the place justice for sure.

The last I heard it was being converted into some sort of hospice for ex servicemen. I thought that it would have been well under way if not finished by now but obviously not.

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A cracking job on the research as quality location and youve captured it so well.

Im so glad all the plans have gone through so it doesnt go to ruin and also what its going to be.

Great share there and looking good :thumb

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