I've worked out the new one just need to get out there...
Here's the previous tiny door on maltings ln, and a new picture I can't think of a clue for yet.
Clue needed I think... There's no longer a castle in the Cambridgeshire district this park sits on the border of.
Clue was definitely needed! Had been wracking my brain over this...
Nice weather innit, should I do another clue?
Very - shame I'm back in London! Think I have it. Just need to make time to get in.
If people can get it from the clue (which I think they can) then I'll leave it as is.
Old (Top end of Histon Rd. Rec):
Old mill road bridge (still closed to traffic woop)
Old (Riverside/Priory Road);
What have they done to the top of that pillar box? The large one, I mean. Is it part of the same art project as the little one?
It's going through a punk phase
It’s the forgotten member of the Legion Of Doom...
I believe that used to be near the old gasworks down the river.
"Spikes originally added to stop people using it to climb over the gasworks wall"
It's not a phase, mom.
Sorry completely forgot to check and it's gone a bit long, this should help to give up the location...
I actually know know this just haven't got out, been meaning to for ages. Good bump.
Old (Honey hill near Magdalene college)
Thanks, that makes sense.
Always good to see this thread pop up. Great first post, user135405 (unless you're normally under a different username and just had problems logging in under that).
Thanks Oliver! I'm new here, just got my first fixed gear a few months ago.
Triangulum outside Clare Hall College bar, corner of Grange Road and Herschel Road.
Old, behind Clayton Hotel
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