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    William Brothers I just love it. Though a lot got demolished during 2010

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    Stanley Tools. It took some years to get in here and then some time to get this place but I have fallen in love with her.

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    Redmires Water Works. We was board of the same old same old, here was on the list. It was The Monkey who gave the world this place.

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    Mollett Catering Supplies in Bradford on Thornton Road. Just a classic Urban Exploration thanks to The Man SS.

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    George Barnsley and Sons Ltd. This place got done to death was stolen from by people who should know better, was smashed up etc etc, It was nice to see her once more.

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    Botanic Garden Tapton Experimental Gardens This would have been the place The Triffids come from, it was that creepy.

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    Laycocks Silversmiths This likewise has been giving us the slip, we had word access was easy (yer right) and once inside it had some charm but our mood just was not there we had missed something round the corner.

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    Clarkson/Osbourne Building, Another Sheffield Classic and we had to do it when live, now demolished.

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    Beehive Works Parts of here are still very much live, it took an age to work a way into the derelict parts.

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    Woollen Signs and much where the year began, there was The Old Post Office, however this comes in at no 10.