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Thread: The Manor, Surrey - December 2017

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    Nice find there but what a waste eh!


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    For once I managed to beat you to somewhere! Some of that graffiti wasn’t there when I went, think some kids have found it too. Beautiful place anyways

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew32 View Post
    For once I managed to beat you to somewhere! Some of that graffiti wasn’t there when I went, think some kids have found it too. Beautiful place anyways
    Cool you got any pics? Was tempted to edit out the graffiti but simply couldn’t be arsed! Such a lovely house, loved the arched doorways.

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    thats a great looking place and loving those arched doorways. Wonder what the story is behind this one?

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