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Report - Walkways Clogs, Mytholmroyd - October 2015

Discussion in 'Leisure Sites' started by GRONK, Oct 7, 2015.

  1. GRONK

    GRONK 28DL Regular User
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    October 2015

    I've wanted to visit this place for a while, and whilst taking a trip up north I couldn't resist. This place is in fairly good condition, with most of the damage inside being caused by the owners. The top floor resembles a landfill with shelving publicly items and all round junk piled high to the ceiling. The most exciting part of the place is the play area complete with a slide and a ball pit. I spent about an hour in the place only to have my visit cut short by setting off the alarms :rolleyes:. The strange thing was I managed to make my way around most of the building and It was only when I came back down to the ground floor and headed towards the wheel that the alarm sounded and I was out in seconds.

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  2. Coolboyslim

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    @GRONK what an awesome looking place m8ty. Nicely pictured. Looks bloody good this except alarms lol. Good stuff m8ty
     
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    Looks like you had a good time there m8ty...
     
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    Good one gronk! I visited this place once and Managed to trigger the alarm on entry, I quickly legged it outta there while being in darkness. My ears were buzzin for a couple of days after too. A revisit is in order :D
     
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    Nice one, did you see that jack in the box? Proper shit me up that did!
     
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    I remember visiting this place as a kid! I remember something like an Enchanted Grotto (could have been called something else) where it sold Christmas decorations and had figures of fantasy creatures dotted around. A very young me was besotted with this place... memory is a bit sketchy though we're talking 20/25 years ago when I went there.
     
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