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Came across this place while driving through Anglesey recently. A nice little one floor cottage full of bits and bobs. Alot of old tape players, radios, TV's and ornaments. There is also two caravans behind the cottage. One was full of old clocks. Visited with non member Paul.

 

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Thanks For Looking :thumb

 

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Thank you both for the comments :thumb Was a nice little place. Saved the day explore wise :)

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Great find man! Looks like a an interesting explore with plenty to see. Love all the little ornaments and the teeth!  :thumb

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Mmm ferox m8ty you know of like my cottages lol. Nice this I'm sure I have seen it before. Seem remember the pheasant.  Was it not nicknamed taxidermy house or something.  Ether way really nice m8ty.

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On 12/02/2017 at 10:42 PM, urblex said:

Great find man! Looks like a an interesting explore with plenty to see. Love all the little ornaments and the teeth!  :thumb

Thanks mate :thumbThe ornaments where cool and the teeth where a bonus :)

On 14/02/2017 at 6:30 PM, coolboyslim said:

 

Mmm ferox m8ty you know of like my cottages lol. Nice this I'm sure I have seen it before. Seem remember the pheasant.  Was it not nicknamed taxidermy house or something.  Ether way really nice m8ty.

 

Glad you liked it mate :) Not sure on the taxidermy house name bud. Could well have been.

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