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Thread: Brampton Park Officers' Mess

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    Looks a great day out Rubex, love that shot of the flower on the window sill



    How times are changing...they will need about 50 different powder rooms now as not too offend anyone and fook knows how many bogs...oh don't we love progress
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    this place looks like a great explore and in good nick considering. I love the flower pic!!

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    Funny how it looked exactly the same when I went. Great Photos.
    Don't worry about security until you've been caught.
    KPUrbex

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    Good report loving the photos rubex!

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