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Report - Lord Line Shipping Hull 12-2011



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Lord Line Shipping Building Hull visited with Hidden Shadow and later joined by Bug superstar, thanks again mate for the tour of the city, looking forward to getting some unfinished business done. The day started off leaving Manchester in the pissing rain thinking the worst we headed to Hull,once over the moors it was great weather. as the end of the year is upon us we decided to take in a few days of explores with only one fail. we finished in Hull doing two explores well one and a bit, the other the hydraulic pump house next door which is kind of ok, very trashed but some nice little features.
The lord line shipping on the other hand was a fantastic explore, there's no epic control room no pipes no morgue in fact it's stripped to an inch of its life but we both really enjoyed the explore, this may be the layout of the building its hard to say but it was a nice way to end the year. The Lord line shipping building was built in 1948 at St Andrews dock. the dock it self dates back to 1883 and was originally intended for for coal but by the the time it opened it was used for the fishing industry


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HYDRAULIC PUMP HOUSE
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