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    you've done well there mate
    we had to hide upstairs away from the groundskeeper :)


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    You got really nice pics PV, it looks a lovely building with lots of cupboard space, I liked the old school cast iron cistern, Proper Job, Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikeymutt View Post
    Great stuff pretty vacant.lovely shots there.nice to see this place still open.did you see the lovely bedroom with the bed in a bay window and tatty sofa.we missed all the science labs here.
    I've just looked at your previous fab report Mikey, it seems like there's been a bit of shifting about of furniture, how dare they! There's plenty of places I didn't get to see here too...maybe another revisit required lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by smiler View Post
    You got really nice pics PV, it looks a lovely building with lots of cupboard space, I liked the old school cast iron cistern, Proper Job, Thanks
    I'm glad you also appreciate the simpler things in life too Smiler, just incase it should ever come in handy...John Harington invented the flushing toilet with a cistern in 1596, I think I squeezed that one out before our favourite fact finder DS!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MD View Post
    you've done well there mate
    we had to hide upstairs away from the groundskeeper :)
    It looks like this guy must be in a constant loop of hide a seek
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    Great pictures. The bunny in the last shot looked like he was doing the breast stroke!

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    You did very well to get so far back from the house without being spotted, the groundsman lives in the bungalow to the right of the shot.

    He's a total nutter, and doesn't limit himself to verbal abuse - he tried to run one of our group over, then late last year did the same to my friends who went as well as trying to physically assault one of them to boot.

    Not a nice piece of work.
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    I always enjoy your reports prettyvacant :) another stunning set! It's good to see this place again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mookster View Post
    You did very well to get so far back from the house without being spotted, the groundsman lives in the bungalow to the right of the shot.

    He's a total nutter, and doesn't limit himself to verbal abuse - he tried to run one of our group over, then late last year did the same to my friends who went as well as trying to physically assault one of them to boot.

    Not a nice piece of work.
    These folk who take on the protection of sites as their life's work are scary, I got one I want to nose around when me knees fixed but I'm not over enthusiastic on making this guardian angry, but me and me jug are working on him
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    Wow so much to do there and I still haven't been. I didn't realise Headflux was still about, I still remember his subtle bull like approach to Lillesden manor many moons ago and inability to see a large rotund figure of Priority 7 waving like a looney at him from an open window.
    Can't say there is much I can think of up in my old stomping ground of Bedford these days. Anyway great set and good job avoiding 3rd party security patrols lol..

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