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    Can't believe it's in such great condition, them yarns look so clean and non of the machinery is trashed! Probably not so many thieving pikies and chavs about! Wonderful stuff

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    Beautiful write up! Really enjoyed your pics, thanks!
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    What a fantastic find. Beautiful photos and such a lot of interesting stuff. Love the shelves full of yarns.
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    Can't believe I missed this when it was first posted - I agree with the comments above, beautifully shot photos. :)

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