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    Default Mystery biulding


    Came across this biulding today while travelling through lambourne end in essex, its situated covering a junction on a road, if you click on the link below yu can just make it out partially obscured by the red tree bottom right of the pic.

    http://www.bing.com/maps/default.asp...End%2C%20Essex



    its around 9ft by 6ft, brick biult with a concrete roof, it has a blast wall covering the entrance



    the other end overlooking the junction has a small window below wich is a gap that looks like something lead out of towards the direction of the junction




    any ideas? fougass site maybe?

    Cheers, Dave

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    Coal shed.

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    Dog kennel
    On a mission.

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    is it LEGO...?
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    outside privvy?

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    can't tell you...it's a secret!


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