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Arrow ARCHIVE: Premier Inn, Manchester - August 2009 - 19-08-2009, 22:12

No introductions necessary. This having been out of action for at least a year, I thought I'd never get to see higher that the top floor of this, so 'Mad Propz' to Sneak for having the dedication of finding another way up. Visited with Ric and Anclove after a couple of unsuccessful attempts at other things.






















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A few shots from a recent night visit with sneak...Aug09







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