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R. I. P Yorrick


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So sorry for your loss. Met Yorrick a couple of times and he seemed like a proper top bloke. He was a real regular on here and will be sorely missed.

My thoughts go out to you all at this sad time.


Has a weak spot for staircases
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Never met the guy but enjoyed his reports, a real shame. I'm very sorry for your loss



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Yorrick always seemed to have that little snippet of information that made sence of things or did that little bit of extra research to fill in blank bits of history others might have struggled to find. Always happy to help others while still posting great explores of his own.
There are a lot of very fond memories mentioned on here that i unfortunatley dont have the privalage to join in with but just reading them shows just how special he was and he will sorely be missed.

Condolences to the family.


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Spoke to the guy a few times it's quite upsetting to learn this, my wishes go out to you and your family at this difficult time especially with current circumstances, was only speaking to the guy in March, this is such a tragic situation.

Rip Yorrick.
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The Stig

Urbex = Nosey Bastard
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He was such a nice fella to know and to speak to, met him a few times over the pass years. His local knowledge was second to none.
He will be deeply missed and sorry to hear about this sad news
RiP Yorrick


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Condolences to you and your family Millie.
I met yorrick on more than a few occasions, he was a great guy.
RIP Yorrick
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