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    First stop on an excellent days exploring in the super company of Mr Toby, Skankypants, Shush and Auntie Pat :-)

    Judging by how many people were there when we arrived (Im suprised there wasnt a burger van and someone charging for car parking ) I think its fair to say this old place has pretty much gone public now lol... sorry theres not much in the way of arty shots but I got a bit giddy with so much to see, it really is a lovely old house.

    I know it will be done to death, but heres my take on it, cheers for looking :D




























































































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    Top stuff Shatners!
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    Goody goody its a top place is this , well covered there :D
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    Amazing photos as usual! Impressive stuff :)
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    Outstanding photos as always.
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    lovely shots. thanks for sharing
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    Stunning! Brilliant pics :-)

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    Very very nice!! I wish mine had come out that good!
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    Absolutely stunning location and stunning pix. A1!
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    Excellent!!! :)
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