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Heritage and non Urbex Non urbex related reports and places,
but still interesting and photogenic nonetheless!

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Default 17-05-2011, 18:17

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In the special interest section on here!

Oh wow, didn't think it was a real thing! Awesome times!


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In the special interest section on here!
Sounds like old men in rain macs loitering to me How dissapointing it really is
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Default 17-05-2011, 19:30

I just thought bricks were bricks and they built stuff with them.... till I signed up here!!!
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A brick is for life and not just for Christmas.


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NWEX bricks are extremely rare.

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I had a dream about bricks last night.


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Default 18-05-2011, 10:28

Some excellent shots there, looks like the type of place I wanted to film some scenes for a video I am working on, will have to keep looking
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Default 18-05-2011, 14:29

to quote father jack "oi love moy BRICK"
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Some excellent shots there, looks like the type of place I wanted to film some scenes for a video I am working on, will have to keep looking
I'd PM you the location, but unfortunately since I don't drive, i don't know exactly where it is! ahaha

Also, what is a NWEX brick? o_O /Confused


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shame you dont know location, i live in crewe but dont recognise it x


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