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    Arrow Overstone House - Market Harborough - June 2014


    Wasn't able to find out a lot of information about this site but was once occupied by two travel companies. The first being Diamond Holidays and the second being Study Express. I imagine it was once a residential site judging by the swimming pool and tennis court located within the extensive grounds.





































    Thanks for looking!

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    looks good, nicely done
    The pool looks a tad skanky
    Black cat exploring company
    & LSD - Leicester Super Derpers

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    Very nice, good to see an untrashed place as is.

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