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    Thank you all the home grown bop I loved whatever that is and the butter churn tub.which I have never seen before

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    Fab !!!!! Great pictures well taken

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    Another really interesting place.
    Top work, as usual Mikey
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    Nice one Mikey. Well off the beaten track by the looks originally - no electric, paraffin and bottled gas lighting, but eventually serviced by by the Council bin men. Your photo of the fire damaged gas light is interesting - they did tend to 'light back' especially if the mantle was buggered. Was the rest of the room badly fire damaged, or just local round the fitting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirus_Strictus View Post
    Nice one Mikey. Well off the beaten track by the looks originally - no electric, paraffin and bottled gas lighting, but eventually serviced by by the Council bin men. Your photo of the fire damaged gas light is interesting - they did tend to 'light back' especially if the mantle was buggered. Was the rest of the room badly fire damaged, or just local round the fitting?
    Thank you ds..yeah it's very well hidden in the middle of nowhere..there was no fire damage anywhere in the house at all.not that I noticed
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    P.s do you know what the bop box is..it's bugging me and I am sure if anyone knows it would be you
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikeymutt View Post
    P.s do you know what the bop box is..it's bugging me and I am sure if anyone knows it would be you
    Broken Orange Pekoe, (Tea)
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    Quote Originally Posted by smiler View Post
    Broken Orange Pekoe, (Tea)
    Do I detect a 'Master of the brew'? Also note the advertising ploy in the use of the words 'high grown'. i.e. leaves plucked from the very top of the bush that are the most developed and flavoursome, not ones from lower down the bush that can be shaded and tougher.

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    I do like me tea DS, BOP is a bit pale for me but a very refreshing beverage, I apologize for jumping in to answer but its not that often I'm able.
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    Jump in mate - I do not touch the stuff, coffee is my drug of choice! Now the wife on the other hand can talk all day about tea - some distant relative grew and imported the stuff years ago. As I tell her, takes all sorts!

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