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    Default Mr tubbys house..Norfolk.


    Been meaning to visit this one for a while.just waiting for the growth to die back.so an afternoon spare I was well on my way.its well hidden you can hardly see it from the road.even in the winter.conditions were quite dire in side with the house nearly in darkness.and fairly crowded.but there was lots of nice bits to photos.mr tubby liked his bikes.several laying about.lots of personal mail.but did not shoot any of that.





















































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    Cute place, lovely photos :)

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    I run out of superlatives for your pictures, I really do.

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    I'd still be in there, fascinating place Mikey, I don't know how you find em but I'm darn glad you do, Many Thanks
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    Amazing place.

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    Closely documented and rather captivating in your photos :) good job
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    Wow Mikey that is something else. So many nice touches there beside the usual grime and decay. The mosaic tiled kitchen cabinets, the selection of general old bits and bobs, loved the rusty scissors, I'm assuming that is an old pair of red DM's (?), but that old mini butter churn - my grandad had one and I can remember when it broke. Tried to get him a new one back in the earlier days of ebay but that didn't happen because I had next to no money and they were few and far between on there back then. He always brought butter home from the farm so I have no idea why he felt the need to make minuscule amounts at home! It was still cool to see as a child. Nice reminder to see an old one pop up on here. Thanks for sharing, really enjoyed that mate.

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    Thank you all.I paid more attention to detail here as it's very dark and cluttered..I must admit I have never seen a butter churn.was quite fascinated by it.had to place it on the window sill to get it in its glory..yeah they are old DM'S
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    I like sets like this. Kinda like fly on the wall but with sadness and loss.

    I 'almost' managed something similar up in the North East but Beamish Museum took the place brick by brick!

    Thanks for sharing!

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    really love all that details

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