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    Default Cottage in the undergrowth!! (west midlands)


    Hidden away behind the undergrowth and bushes down a quiet country lane lies this small farmworkers cottage, I discovered this site a few months ago while scouring google maps but only today had the chance to make the first visit. I was a little dissapointed not to find more relics etc or signs of previous occupants but on the whole not a bad little explore!

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    Last edited by Norfolkbloke; 22nd Oct 11 at 17:50.
    Norfolk by name....Norfolk by nature!!

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    Love the black and white shot!
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    That's really nice. Love the beams and the colours. Cheers, N. :)
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    Really enjoyed those. Thanx :)

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    Thanks, old cottages etc are a favourite of mine. Loved this.

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    A nice find!

    Thanks for posting :)


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