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    Default coombe farm, plymouth, jan 09


    first photo post so abit of a practice, anyway found this while looking for somewhere else.




























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    Ooh, lots of interesting things! Love that old wheel and the stained glass. I'd love that blue and white bowl!
    Nice find. :)
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    Great pics, so much cool stuff. I used to own one of those Binatone games and it rocked!! so I put a beermat under the left hand side. Sorted it right out Who needs an XBOX360 anway?

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    A Raleigh Chopper!!!! I always wanted one of those when I was a kid. :D
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    Crikey there's some great stuff lying round! Eight track stereo tapes. Retro!! My fave era. :)

    As well as the interesting stuff it also looks a sad place. Don't know if that's me though? It seems as if the kids have left but without their toys.

    Thanks for posting. :)

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    I want the Raleigh Chopper, Binatone console (those are brilliant), Polaroid camera and the eight track cartridges. Not for the music, of course. That is a fantastic site. Is it just a dumping ground?

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    That's a nice find and nice photos. Is that a horse drawn cart in that photo? I used to have one of those Binatone TV games whenI was a kid only I had one with a pistol attachment.

    Is that a Chopper, looks a bit like the Tomahawk to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crickleymal View Post
    Is that a Chopper, looks a bit like the Tomahawk to me.
    I stand corrected. Tomahawk it is. :D
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    Thats good man. Loads of interesting stuff. The square glass bottle is particularly interesting...was there any more old bottles?

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    looks like theres plenty of old junk to rummage through there lol

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