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UK Bwthyn Afon, Abandoned Cottage On The Glyndwr Way. May 2019.

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A nice way to spend my Bank Holiday Monday. May 2019

 

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It's got some character despite being so small. Can you include the month and year in the title of your reports please mate. Just so others have a vague timeline of when somewhere was still standing or doable. Cheers

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59 minutes ago, The_Raw said:

It's got some character despite being so small. Can you include the month and year in the title of your reports please mate. Just so others have a vague timeline of when somewhere was still standing or doable. Cheers

Done, I totally forgot about that. 

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Nice little cottage. I like the old metal box with the logo and the ornaments.

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10 minutes ago, Andy said:

Nice little cottage. I like the old metal box with the logo and the ornaments.

Looks like the masons logo !

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It appears to be a well worn Masonic Grand Seal; someone must have made off with the Regalia

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