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28DL and UE in the News My BOCM article hits the papers :-D

Discussion in '28DL and Urban Exploring in the News...' started by Landie_Man, Aug 27, 2009.

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  1. Landie_Man

    Landie_Man "Landie" or Harry :-)
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    for FULL SIZE: http://www.flickr.com/photos/landie_man/3861095461/sizes/o/

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    Many thanks to James for joining the four photos together.

    What can I say, FANTASTIC article, really good use of photos and minimal Urbex bashing! I'm really proud of myself, I pretty much wrote the article but they editied it for the newspaper. Apart from calling me Henry, and British Oil and COKE Mills, when it should be cake, the article is FANTASTIC!

    I went to their offices, was interviewed, had photos taken, I let them copy my paperwork, I read their archives from BOCM when it was open. Spent an hour or so there!


    Please take the time to read the full sized.
     

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  2. goan

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    looks like a nice and well written article. Theres a cool but small trashed battery farm near me
     
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    This place is far from small. It wasn't strictly a Battery Farm though. Ok it had battery procedures, its a development site.
     
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    Unexpected that one, eh!
     
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    I approached them, I thought it would make good material for the locals. He has used his name, though I wrote the bulk of the article, they did a little more research and used their superior report skills, afterall they are editors!
     
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    Nice one. I bought the local for a browse when I heard you were in print. I must go back there just once more when I get time.
     
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    Top stuff! Something for the bedroom wall, eh? :thumb

    Looks like a very interesting and well written article, nice one.
     
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    TWATS! Another fire here this afternoon. I would not have put it in the paper, had it been in good condition, but because it was in such a bad state, I figured it be ok. I hope the person that did this didn't read my article. Thats wrecked my evening, wankers.....
     
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