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    Default Wooden sword House Oct 2012


    Found this whilst on the trail with the bike. Unfortunately the scrap magpies have been, and ripped the place apart. I can find no history on the place but i will endeavour to do so.
    Not the greatest pics, but i hope you enjoy.

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    Will pit it - so you can add pics when your computer is working and we'll pop it back into the mainstream :)
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    That looks nice.

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    Nice find!

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    looks good

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    What a great house. Any more pics of the rooms

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    more more!!!!
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    This looks pretty promising , we need MOOOORE !!!!!
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    please sir, can I have some more?

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    Alright folks but really the place has been brutally torn apart and the roofs lead ! she's leaking real bad :( i might have to make a return visit to see how my old friends doing.

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