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AndyJ

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Post #126
rikky wrote:
it was probably that urban exploring website, something like '28 days later'

http://www.28dayslater.co.uk/forums/

yerr innit blood


That was a few weeks Ago, wasn't it????

And a few random pictures from my phone.









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Posted 18th Apr 2013 at 22:19
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Post #127
I see puggins place was used for the crimes.

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Posted 18th Apr 2013 at 22:20
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Posted 18th Apr 2013 at 22:25
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Post #129
Some really nice pics on this thread...makes me wonder why none of these were entered for the 306 calendar
Posted 18th Apr 2013 at 22:48
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Post #130
i know. i would pay extra for my owls on the front of a calendar

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Posted 18th Apr 2013 at 22:50
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Post #131
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Can you actually even get to the wheel in Pripyat? Love this kind of thing. So sinister.


Yes You could, from what my tour guide was saying i was on their last trip to the site, apparently the Ukrainian government stopped all future trips with almost no warning.







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Posted 19th Apr 2013 at 06:08
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Post #132
Another big wheel. Nice... Wink

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Posted 19th Apr 2013 at 07:07
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Post #133
Cool pics of Pypriat. I was just thinking, "I'm sure I've been there," but then remembered it's the setting for the original Modern Warwfare.

I would also pay good money for a owl calendar. My next tattoo is going to be a owl. There's a owl in the woods next to me that keeps me awake of a Sunday morning.

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Posted 19th Apr 2013 at 07:16
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why don't you shoot it and eat it?

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Posted 19th Apr 2013 at 08:10
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Post #135
AndyJ wrote:
Cool pics of Pypriat. I was just thinking, "I'm sure I've been there," but then remembered it's the setting for the original Modern Warwfare.

I would also pay good money for a owl calendar. My next tattoo is going to be a owl. There's a owl in the woods next to me that keeps me awake of a Sunday morning.


My exact thoughts when I saw the swimming pool LOL

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  • Posted 19th Apr 2013 at 08:13
    heliosphan

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    Post #136
    Stephen, very nice pictures. How long ago were you in Pripyat? I'd quite like to visit but the inevitable cancer puts me off a little.
    Here's some from Beelitz spread over a few posts because I can't be bothered uploading them to PB:

    Edit: my photos are too massive it seems, you'll just have to imagine how derelict it was...
    Posted 19th Apr 2013 at 08:39
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    Post #137
    Beelitz looks fantastic! I'd love to go, the North East doesn't have many places (left)

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    Posted 19th Apr 2013 at 08:55
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    Post #138
    Actually I came back from Rzeszow just a few days ago. It was really good and much vodka was consumed but I didn't get much chance to explore the local area unfortunately. I didn't end up driving in the end, but my parents did because my mum doesn't like flying. They took my 6! It had been SORN since last summer and turned out to be the most suitable car for a long road-trip, so it was taken for an MOT (passed, no advisories) then driven ~1400 miles to Rzsezow. LOL

    It is currently near Cologne on the return leg of it's ~3000 mile round trip, then it's back to bed for another couple of months until I put it back on the road for my use. Who says French cars aren't reliable. Whistle

    Anyone know where the factory scenes from Hostel were filmed?

    Edit: Ian your post has vanished, is Stan on the prowl? Unsure
    Posted 19th Apr 2013 at 09:10
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    Post #139
    tompaltridge wrote:

    Here's some from Beelitz spread over a few posts because I can't be bothered uploading them to PB:

    Edit: my photos are too massive it seems, you'll just have to imagine how derelict it was...


    Nice photos. Who is the mysterious looking man with a top hat in every single pic?
    Posted 19th Apr 2013 at 09:14
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    Post #140
    daver6 wrote:
    Beelitz looks fantastic! I'd love to go, the North East doesn't have many places (left)


    It was really interesting. I might upload some to PB later and post them, hopefully that should overcome the size/upload issue.
    Posted 19th Apr 2013 at 09:14
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    Post #141
    jsoulman wrote:
    tompaltridge wrote:

    Here's some from Beelitz spread over a few posts because I can't be bothered uploading them to PB:

    Edit: my photos are too massive it seems, you'll just have to imagine how derelict it was...


    Nice photos. Who is the mysterious looking man with a top hat in every single pic?


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    Posted 19th Apr 2013 at 09:15
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    Posted 19th Apr 2013 at 09:23
    aaron6

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    Post #143
    Here's my video camera holder for the car. A couple of hours well spent.



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    Posted 19th Apr 2013 at 14:15
    24seven

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    Post #144
    aaron6 wrote:
    Here's my video camera holder for the car. A couple of hours well spent.

    [IMG]http://i386.photobucket.com/albums/oo301/aaron6pug/20130418_143217.jpg[IMG]

    [IMG]http://i386.photobucket.com/albums/oo301/aaron6pug/20130418_154905.jpg[IMG]


    Good effort! I just zip-tie a tripod to my passenger seat. Big grin

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    Posted 19th Apr 2013 at 14:23
    daver6

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    Post #145
    tompaltridge wrote:
    daver6 wrote:
    Beelitz looks fantastic! I'd love to go, the North East doesn't have many places (left)


    It was really interesting. I might upload some to PB later and post them, hopefully that should overcome the size/upload issue.


    Get Flickr and lash them on there!

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    Posted 19th Apr 2013 at 14:38
    birk

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    Post #146
    I have tonnes of photo's i could share, but i quite like this one.

    From this


    To this


    Onto this


    Which turned into this

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    Posted 19th Apr 2013 at 14:46
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    Post #147
    looking good birk.

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    Posted 19th Apr 2013 at 15:38
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    Post #148
    tompaltridge wrote:
    Stephen, very nice pictures. How long ago were you in Pripyat? I'd quite like to visit but the inevitable cancer puts me off a little.
    Here's some from Beelitz spread over a few posts because I can't be bothered uploading them to PB:

    Edit: my photos are too massive it seems, you'll just have to imagine how derelict it was...


    Cheers. I was there in October 2011, i've just looked at the website which i booked it through and it seems they are still doing the tours.
    http://stayinkiev.com/en/Chernobyl-Tour
    I also did one of the shooting packages, they seem a decent company to go through.

    I've just looked up Beelitz, it looks quite similar to the state of some of the buildings in Pripyat.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NZWqeIRMqoY&feature=youtu.be - Youtube has messed up the orientation of the video but it shows just how much radiation there is, it's mental how much more radiation there is over the grass at the side of the road compared to the road.

    Few more pics for anyone thats interested:









    Health and safety is pretty much non-existant over there, it's awesome. Laugh

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    Posted 19th Apr 2013 at 17:19
    heliosphan

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    Post #149
    prism7guy wrote:
    Health and safety is pretty much non-existant over there, it's awesome. Laugh


    Yeah I know what you mean, I wouldn't know who to sue if I tripped at Beelitz. There wasn't even a polite sign at the entrance (hole) to the ~5 storey building with a forest on its roof and collapsed stairwells... No
    Ze Germans wouldn't approv... Oh, no wait.

    Here's some Jamma action for anyone who gives a s**t:

    Some of the artwork:




    Operating theatre:


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    30's style auditorium:


    Posted 19th Apr 2013 at 19:12
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    Post #150
    tompaltridge wrote:

    It is currently near Cologne on the return leg of it's ~3000 mile round trip, then it's back to bed for another couple of months until I put it back on the road for my use. Who says French cars aren't reliable. Whistle


    It's gotta get back fully yet! Thumbs up

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