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Well by reading this it look like the days are starting to get numberd only the locals will be fishing soon again and the liitle bankersd ill sit at the brus tunnel waiting for you to go little filly blunts.
 

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morons going maccy bashing and little blunt's waiting to do your car over now you can'y park at the site the other week i nearly drove to the start off the pier now it looks like you can't getany where near.
 

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i only know of one guy who had his car damaged there in the last year and he sethis lip up to someone.

if you park in the brus tunnel area your car will be fine. walk through the tunnel and through the site. it takes a little longer but wort the effort.

i have parked here for 2 years now and never use the top road anymore.
 

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Yeah i always park near the houses, but as said near the child care centre. I would not park in the Brus Arms car park though, even though it may look a canny spot to park. The pub is shut now and i have heard of people having there cars damaged outside it.
 

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hartlepool is no different than anywhere else. no matter where you go there are pockets of [not nice people] it just happens that steetly is in in one of those less desirable locations. in any town or city there are areas that its just not safe to park your car at night. everyone will know there own.
 

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spot on. at night park near the houses, not in front of the shops or in the empty pub carpark. during daylight its safe to park anywhere.

dont park in the little side road in front of the tunnel. everyone wioll know exactly where you are and groups of kids are regularly passing here.
 
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