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Thread: Merthyr Vale Housing Estate (May 2019)

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Wombat View Post
    Really interesting post!
    Don't see that many properties derelict that often
    Good work
    Welcome to South Wales! Alright it's not that bad but still!

    Ta very much :)

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    Tried this recently, soon as I pulled up secca just stared. oops

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    Quote Originally Posted by jadewest94 View Post
    Tried this recently, soon as I pulled up secca just stared. oops
    I tried back in June
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    It's odd that you can still view it on Google maps, really odd to see the difference now

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