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Thread: Farm/Barn in Bromsgrove

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    Default Farm/Barn in Bromsgrove


    Really nice place which I have passed every day for the last 10 years lol Don't know any history on it but noticed someone posted somewhere that is was derelict since the 70's!

    Last weekend remembered to take my Slr out!!


























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    nice one Bully --- pity it's such a state --- surprised it's not been renovated by now

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    Could be beautiful huh.

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    I'm pretty certain I know this place. I used to go past it on the school coach each day! Is it near main roads?

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    Old B'ham Road near Lickey End.

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    Yes, I think that is the one I'm thinking of.

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    It was a nice little starter for me!!

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