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    Visited on a mass group visit from 28DL....lovely stuff in there suck as the staircase i loved it....












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    Great looking building. Love the staircase and window shot.

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    Agree with Foxy, that stair case is gorgeous, and love the huge desk.

    Welcome to the forum, hope you enjoy it here.

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    Looks like a great explore, very photogenic, the stair case and that window are fantastic:)
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    Oh Site lol, took u long enough to roll up into here... Crackin Photos
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