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    Default Rauceby April 08


    major demolition work going on at Rauceby, Blooms have returned to take off the modern extensions, toilet blocks and lift towers. was going to post pictures but admin have blocked this for a bit:(


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    Default Re: Rauceby April 08


    You can still post up pictures on here on your reports etc. You just can't host it on DP at the moment, till everything is sorted out.

    You can use an image hosting website such as photobucket, upload all your pics to there, then click on the img button at the bottomof each pic, (one at a time) and post them onto here.

    Hope that helps a little?

    Cheers,

    :) Sal
    GOOGLE is your friend :)

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    thanks Sal
    To be honest I can't be bothered with Flikr & Photobucket.
    I've sent them to Simon and he will be putting them into his Rauceby Virtual Asylum on his site.
    When Its done I'll post a link:)

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