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Thread: Car Graveyard and Churchdown House

  1. #11
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    great to see this place, thanks for posting


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    Thanks given by: jsp77

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  3. #12
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    Some real old classics lurking in the undergrowth.Cracking shots and thanks for sharing.

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    Absolutely brilliant, thank you

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  5. #14
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    Great report, many thanks. Such a shame all those cars are past saving.

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  6. #15
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    cant beat the classics,really nice set jsp77

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