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    Silverton

    Photos from around Silverton area. Was different than what I imagined but still good to look at. A lot of ruins. The Hotel was cool inside but the car needs tarting up.
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    oh they're so cool! Love the first one, notice you had to sneak the ute into the photo lol
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    had a few beers there when i worked in the sheds.
    didn't know mad max drank there though
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    Quote Originally Posted by mudman View Post
    had a few beers there when i worked in the sheds.
    didn't know mad max drank there though
    It's been years since I've seen the movie. Makes me want to watch it again.
    The walls are full of Mel's photo's. The car is a Replica. More like a wanna be.

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    There was a segment on ACA a while ago about the guy and his car. From memory he is a mad, Mad Max fan and is from England. Moved out here to he could live in Silverton then his wife followed?
    All the pics look very clean, as if the dirt had been swept, not what I expected. Like the last one best.
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    very nice JA.....love the first and the last ones. Love to get out there one day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by clm738 View Post
    There was a segment on ACA a while ago about the guy and his car. From memory he is a mad, Mad Max fan and is from England. Moved out here to he could live in Silverton then his wife followed?
    All the pics look very clean, as if the dirt had been swept, not what I expected. Like the last one best.
    The people in the Hotel said the car is in a museum in England along with famous other cars from other movies.
    The mad, Mad Max fan is suppose to be opening a museum here sometime this year. Yes, he's from England to. I wish he was there when we were there.
    Some photos I have seen were so different to what it is about now. They are extending buildings and you can't get that isolated shot like we've seen. It was still good to see.

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    I enjoyed looking at this series thanks for sharing, I liked them all
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    Quote Originally Posted by yummymummy View Post
    oh they're so cool! Love the first one, notice you had to sneak the ute into the photo lol
    LOL......how did that ute get there????? ......LOL

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    Hey Jules nice series of photos.
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