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On 11/11/2015 at 0:52 PM, Urbexbandoned said:

That must have been lovely to explored somewhere with such sentimental value. Looks great, love the old sewing machine :thumb Was it cotton or wool?

Thnx Urbexbandoned! And sorry for late answer! All I can saw there was cotton! :P

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On 29/3/2016 at 10:52 PM, hamtagger said:

Nice video that mate, cheers for posting it :thumb 

Thnx! :D

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