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Thread: Bookworm House - Scotland February 2018

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    So managed to find this place. Itís now completely boarded up, from outside and inside with the upper windows.


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    Nothing wrong in moving stuff about...or else we would all have the same boring shots or just pics of the last persons staged efforts...I faff about for ages and never get it right, good on you for making something out of a place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pamexplore View Post
    So managed to find this place. It’s now completely boarded up, from outside and inside with the upper windows.
    Thanks for the update Pamexplore. I was just thinking what the situation would be now at this place :)

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