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Old 11th August 2014, 03:09   #1
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2002 M5 in Woodbury and Walking Dead spoiler...

Made a trip to Atlanta this weekend and on the way back stopped in 'Woodbury' which is Senoia, Ga in the real world. Took a picture of the Beast there and also some of the sets in the upcoming shows. The tall rusty wall is going to be Alexandria and the people in town said the show would film in Senoia for (at least) the next three years. Not sure how many of you are Walking Dead fans, but I thought those of you that are might enjoy the pictures.
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That's really cool, the show has started to really drag on though.
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Bonus pic! M5 at 'Terminus'. Sorry about the distance, that's as close as you can get without trespassing.
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