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Abandoned places book by Richard Happer

Discussion in 'Books and Media' started by u4b3x, Jun 5, 2016.

  1. u4b3x

    u4b3x 28DL Full Member
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    Sorry if this has been posted before but I have just finished reading Abandoned Places by Richard Harper.
    The book is really good with many of the top abandoned places featured and some I had not even thought of. The writing is also well done and informative.
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  2. BrainL

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    I got that book for my birthday :) Seems a good read, some interesting sites in it.. looks more historical sites which are interesting in themselves :)
     
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