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    Default Mrs Browns cottage


    after a day out with red mole and woobar and there better halves and me playing gooseberry we decided to visit this old bungalow..named after the owner of the site not the TV programme..the house sits in the middle of an old nursery and was quite a size..I really enjoyed this site..









































    And a few from the nursery side of things..









    I like to go where others fear to tread.

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    Nice photographs. I spotted a few treasures in the house. Nicely done and thanks for posting.

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    Yeah that mug in the second to last pic is priceless! ;)

    Thanks MM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krela View Post
    Yeah that mug in the second to last pic is priceless! ;)

    Thanks MM.
    Nah, It's the cassette recorder krela, make a few quid on eBay that would.
    I enjoyed your post Mikey, Thanks
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    Very nice, reminds me of one of my explores. :)

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    Definitely one of my favuorites this one, it didn't look too promising in that first shot. Many thanks for posting.

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    and he delivers again! awesome stuff chap :)
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    Cracking report,thanks for sharing.

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    I really love the photos you got here Mikeymutt! I can't wait to see this place :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubex View Post
    I really love the photos you got here Mikeymutt! I can't wait to see this place :)
    Thank you rubex that is much appreciated..
    I like to go where others fear to tread.

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