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Thread: The Manna House, Near Lincoln *Image Heavy*

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    hmm my bedrooms that colour green, they have excellent taste ;)



    Thanks for sharing

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    Ace photos,love the footballers wallpaper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krela View Post
    It's hard to imagine anyone ever thought wallpaper like that was a good idea.
    Oh no, don't diss the puppy paper, man.
    Old enough to know better

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    come to think of it, I'm pretty sure I had the exact same wallpaper back in the day. Wasn't the dog called snatch or something?
    Last edited by Miz_Firestorm; 14th Oct 13 at 19:58. Reason: added

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    So many memories within those rooms, If walls could talk there would be a lifetime of listening!

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    Enjoyed that! Love these old houses.....well done for finding it....thanks for sharing them...
    'Reality is a collection of shadows cast upon the walls of a cave'. PLATO

    http://www.jameslaceyphotography.co.uk/

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    liking that lots
    Zero reports, zero participation and then a PM asking for info tends to offend - I delete such PM's so don't waste your time.

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    Looks a great site, well done and thanks for sharing. You might want to try a tripod or use flash next time, many of those shots are soft.
    Veni, Vidi suum custos canis admorsus meus culus...

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    Great find and local to me. Popped over for a quick look myself this morning, those upstairs floors are treacherous. Great building but didn't dare venture into some areas.

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    lol very non descript reply there. Upstairs floors are fine other than one section which is impossible to explore. only other dodgy part is cellar. everywhere else is easy to access and no areas I'd class as "didn't dare venture"

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