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UK Mr grays vehicle graveyard..Norfolk January 2017

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Whilst out early to get some snaps of the Norfolk broads I was travelling home and the sun was still low and frost glistening.so I took a diversion to see this small collection of vehicles.hid from sight in a clump of trees there is a small rselection here.my favourite being the series one landie..been waiting for this time of year to visit here for the overgrowth to die back.

 

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Fantastic collection and I reckon the frost and the early morning light makes it look even better ( I particularly like number 4)

I could easily lose track of time somewhere like this and spend hours there, I love how they've obviously been there that long that trees have grown up around them!

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