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Report - Storage Containers, Sweden - September 2014

Discussion in 'European and International Sites' started by AuntieKnickers, Sep 27, 2014.

  1. AuntieKnickers

    AuntieKnickers inquisitive historian
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    Visited with The Stig and T-Cake

    Upon locating these on google we though we would check it out. They aren't much but since it was such a lovely day we ventured for a little bit of rock climbing to access. The containers are cleary unused and heavily graffed. The stairs to the top of the larger container weren't up to much and were falling apart, but off T-Cake ventured anyway and he made a hasty return after the top of the container bowed in over lol.

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  2. 1nk4

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    looks pretty decent! its nice to see some good graff for a change!
     
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