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    That's just a little bit special Mikey, Thanks
    PS, nice Font

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    wow. absolutely stunning. great find mate

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    Fantastic stuff Mikey. What a gem of a place. Love the "head" shot and the bell-pull. Great attention to detail as always.

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    This is lovely, so nice to see a place that's so untouched. :)

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    Beautiful photos

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