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    Default Burnt offerings.


    Gogi Restaurant & adjoining cottages.
    Burnt, trashed and left for dead.
    From the look of it, it's either a curry house or Vegetarian.
    I didn't pass it before it burnt so I don't know.
    The adjoining cottages have been bought, stripped & possibly await renovation.
    Trying out new full spectrum camera & new smart phone
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    Cottages - not much to see here really...







    & every Derp needs it's cock Graffiti to enhance the ambiance.....



    Thanks for looking.
    Live and let live

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    Looks like the best bit is the graffiti by Sterling and Bint, two artists I do like.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mookster View Post
    Looks like the best bit is the graffiti by Sterling and Bint, two artists I do like.
    Live and let live

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