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    Default Bus graveyard


    Stumbled across a bus graveyard on a journey around Wales. Tried Cwm Coke, security is tight. Did a castle, a hospital and Dog house. Lullaby house to follow.

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    Sorry it's not overly interesting.

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    It would be great if you could use the "hotlink for forums" code on postimg rather than the thumbnails. They're practically impossible to see and very few people will click on the thumbnails to see bigger pictures.

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    With a name like that, you must be near me. Message me next time you want to try Cwm Coke mate, I'm always up for seeing more of that place.

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