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    Quote Originally Posted by highcannons View Post
    maybe you used the thumbnails link...
    Yep think thats what i did, i'll try again



































    There we go cracked it


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    That's much better, ta.
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    nice work mate my see you out some time i live close by

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    I can put my glasses away now

    Nice find mate. Looks a good splore does that

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    the little farm house i found I try and get the address for you ....i had a feeling when i was there of a old man and a very bad head that lasted the whole day and night , i felt like the man who lived there had died of a brain tumor or something very odd !! will go and ask questions at a later date i think but if anyone knows of anything would love to learn more , i maybe totally worry about the place but the feelings i got are still with me today so really need to find out more !x

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    Quote Originally Posted by helsbels View Post
    the little farm house i found I try and get the address for you ....i had a feeling when i was there of a old man and a very bad head that lasted the whole day and night , i felt like the man who lived there had died of a brain tumor or something very odd !! will go and ask questions at a later date i think but if anyone knows of anything would love to learn more , i maybe totally worry about the place but the feelings i got are still with me today so really need to find out more !x


    that would be good thanks

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    nice find thanks for the post
    Some people are like Slinkies. They aren't really good for anything, but they still bring a smile to your face when you push them down a flight of stairs.

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    great little find thanks for sharing
    Exploring Britains Past

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    thanks for that i like the lihgtswich one the best of all, lincolnshire pan tiles are way cool and make awsome picture material
    The sound of children laughing makes me happy.

    Unless I'm all alone in an abandoned hospital and my torch isn't working properly.

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    2 nice places

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