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Thread: Old Cottage, Boddin Point, Scotland May '08

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    Default Old Cottage, Boddin Point, Scotland May '08


    This is an old ruined cottage at Boddin Point on the East coast of Scotland.




















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    Default Boddin Boddin


    THEY SHOULD DO THAT HOUSE UP, IT WOULD BE WELL SMART. NICE POST BRO

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    I explored this on my own and dissappeared for an hour. You thought I'd fallen down the hole at the Lime Kiln.:).

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    That is so lovely. I love seeing the natural decay and the different brick and stonework. Such a beautiful setting too. Although it's obviously quite different, it reminds me of the prehistoric houses of Skara Brae in Orkney. Excellent stuff! :)
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