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    Default Fenland Farmhouse June 2013


    When I found this never had the opportunity to pop in so had to return in hope of finding a beauty. To be honest it wasn't too bad after a little bit of DIY. Rebuilt a bed and replaced a few drawers and she was good to go. Our DIY exploits took a while so had to return for another visit, a week or so later. This is a combination of both visits.

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    Thanks for your time, I hope you enjoyed

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    Love the kitchen range. I lust after finding one of those on an explore......Cotton reels are great too. Thanks for posting.
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    Mint mate, proper good show. :)
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    The Keil Kraft MIG 15 is a real find and I doubt if there are any left else where in built up form. Powered by a Jetex 35 'rocket' motor they flew quite well - until the inevitable nose dive to destruction, as did my pride and joy. Wonder if the Hawker Hunter box contains the unbuilt kit of Balsa Wood parts? The kits were in production for a lengthy period, so could be contemporary with the 1977 jigsaw - however the models could be from the early 1960's.

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    Retro heaven and a touch of natural decay.....just wonderful
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    Corr what an impressive set of photos! The lighting in the first shot is amazing.
    I love all of the fen area relics too!
    Fantastic report sir, cheers for sharing! :)
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    What a treasure trove & cracking images thanks for sharing.

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    Memory from way back believed it be a Jetex MIG 15, thanks for the confirmation! And that range, that's really something.

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    Fabulous pics and location!
    Thanks...
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    Stunning photos, what an amazing place.

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