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Location DB > England > Oxfordshire > Shipton on Cherwell > Shipton Cement Works > Stone Elevator > Stone_Elev03.jpg

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Theres no way i'm climbing that!
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Posted by IIVQ 7/25/2005 1:33 PM | remove
  smokestack!
Posted by lost 7/25/2005 2:48 PM | remove
  The ladder looks so safe though!
Posted by Corvid 7/25/2005 7:01 PM | remove
  Funny you should say that, it is actually a very sturdy ladder. They just ripped the bottom off to stop idiots like us killing ourselves!
Posted by Emperor Wang 7/25/2005 10:18 PM | remove
  Somehow I doubt even that would deter you 2 guys... if you put your minds to it.
Posted by Corvid 7/25/2005 11:01 PM | remove
  Yes it certainly would, providing the ladder above the torn part is totaly intact. Problem is, once you get the the top, there is nowhere to go!
Posted by Corvid 7/25/2005 11:05 PM | remove
  http://www.uer.ca/locations/viewgal.asp?picid=111649
Posted by Emperor Wang 7/25/2005 11:37 PM | remove
  I see. Not much to rest on up there, is there?
Posted by Corvid 7/26/2005 5:34 AM | remove
  I don't know how wide that ledge is, but i think the top of the chimeny may be solid, with 3 pipes leading down.
Posted by IIVQ 7/28/2005 12:10 AM | remove
  corvids up there!
Posted by Corvid 7/28/2005 3:56 PM | remove
  I should fly up there!
Posted by IIVQ 8/27/2005 7:40 PM | remove
  I would fly up there!
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