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Thread: Erwins House Of Dolls - December 2016

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    Quote Originally Posted by HughieD View Post
    Absolutely fascinating report. Enjoyed the narrative as much as I did the pictures.
    Thank you :D glad you like it, I would of personally loved more time to be nosey, but sadly we got caught, still glad you liked it and write up of events

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    Nicest pictures I've seen of this place, and a great write up too :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubex View Post
    Nicest pictures I've seen of this place, and a great write up too :)
    Thanks Rubex appreciated as always hope you are well :)
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    Great write up and nothing better than some bugger shouting at you to make your heart go just that little faster!! Cracking images which suited the house spot on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flyboys90 View Post
    Great write up and nothing better than some bugger shouting at you to make your heart go just that little faster!! Cracking images which suited the house spot on.
    Aha I don't get caught often but the woman had a set of lungs on her lol thank you so much!
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    Excellent. That old TV is great. I had Car Capers. I don't remember it being called that though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Potter View Post
    Excellent. That old TV is great. I had Car Capers. I don't remember it being called that though.
    I loved the tv here, aswel as the design on the sofa, something about downstairs sparked much of my curiosity ha! cheers Potter
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    Car Capers! I had that ;)

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