Book by the cover …………..

Author oldskool - Last updated: 13.11.2012

Ok a little meet up in London on the cards……. Myself & Critical Mass joined Andre Govia, Odins Raven, Subversive & D-kay (after a nightmare tube trip) exchanged gifts and pleasantries and headed off to the first location. On arrival I asked, what is this place ?? mutter snigger shudder was the reply, emmmm ok
I’ve seen this location many times on facebook but not in any reports, ( stories of heavy security and dogs) I offered to do a solo recce of the site ……. Power cables, boarded windows, freshly cut timber and plaster board all pointed in the direction of renovation ….
Let’s do it anyway….. walking around we were aiming for one room our only place of interest but it was full of building materials and scaffold (meh) sack it off lets get our of here

wtf is this room all about ……………

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#1RookinellaNovember 14, 2012, 5:03 pm

Since when was taking photo’s of a film set urban exploration?

Nice one.

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