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28DL and UE in the News The Guardian Travel Section

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Rookinella

I should have danced all night
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Good old cutting edge Grauniad:thumb
 

GoatHarraser

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brilliant ! so let me get this right the guardian is giving the thumbs up to Urban Exploration ? and advising its readers to explore !
 

Rookinella

I should have danced all night
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Dweeb a.k.a. Fred Dibnah-that's wicked!
 

Skydiver

Memento vivere
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"Hidden around every corner are neglected or forgotten sites that only locals, experts or anoraks know and care about."

So which catagory do we fall into...?

Video was really good - love the pothole exit photos. Is this the first totally good publicity UE has had?
 

turkey

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Good point, there isnt a single negative point. The guy who took us around, benji (the one who you can see in the video pouring water out of his wellies) was fully sound. He and the photographer were good guys/girls, and they told us they really enjoyed the day!
 

LittleMike

Do. Find. Drains.
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"Hidden around every corner are neglected or forgotten sites that only locals, experts or anoraks know and care about."

So which catagory do we fall into...?

Video was really good - love the pothole exit photos. Is this the first totally good publicity UE has had?
There's been a few. I believe The Guardian did an article on draining a year or so back that was really positive in a humorous sort of way
 
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