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Thread: House on the way to Mersea. April 2017

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    Default House on the way to Mersea. April 2017


    Me and some friends took a trip to Colchester yesterday to do some exploring and go shopping. On our adventure we thought we'd visit this old house on the way to Mersea. I'm pretty sure people have covered this place on his before but I thought I'd add a few pictures I took. Hope you enjoy!






























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    Love that round window, nice pics :)

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    Wow, I drive past this place all the time, I'd love to go in one day! Where abouts did you park?

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