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    What a treasure,thanks for sharing.


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    Think I have seen this one in the past, Very nice place to visit form the look
    May the shadow of Murphy never darken your door."
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    I hope so. Got a few I'd like to upload. Be a lot easier to upload straight to derelict places from device but guess that creates a whole lot of trouble and storage issues your end.

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