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Thread: The airmans manor..you only live twice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Jorgan View Post
    Nice pictures and report. Lots of nice stuff around the barn such as the Dennis lawnmower, I wonder if it could start again. The house is in good condition just need a spot of paint and decorating. I noticed nice big rooms and each room had a theme to it, plain or Victorian or East. Next year I'll be sitting my Gyro-copter flying licence, hopefully...... Thanks for posting this one and have a good one.
    Thank you and good luck with your license I hope it goes well

    I like to go where others fear to tread.

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    Blimey that's simply stunning!
    Cant beat having a few bombs left in the garden too ;-)

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    Cracking set of pics of a lovely place. Looks like you dad a real good mooch around. Well done.

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    excellent find there Mikey,looks to have been a great place in its day

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    Thank you all.hopefully it will be restored too it's former glory and not converted into something awful like flats or something
    I like to go where others fear to tread.

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    What a fascinating story behind your visits Mikey, you were certainly in the right time right place that day! Why don't these things ever happen to me...I just get "wot u doin ere, get out, plods on his way" kinda luck

    Looks a beautiful building, have to comment on that glorious toilet, never seen such a delicately patterned one oh and the Aga too...smashin that A fab way to end your busy year Mikey, really enjoyed that report
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    What an absolute beauty! Thank you.

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    Nice pictures, some chintzy decor on display.

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    Wow, amazing photos...

    What do you use to edit your photos with mikey if you donít mind me asking :)?
    "Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore."

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    Great stuff. And yes, that toilet is great.

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