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UK Memory Lane Cottage Feb 2013

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That's brilliant, I love places like this. They fascinate me on one level, and bring a certain level of sadness on another. I often wonder what happened to the inhabitants of such a place, why was all that stuff left like that?

It also is remarkable at showing how we have changed over the years in the way we communicate as you always find letters in these places from an era where people used to take time to write to each other, and so beautifully written many of them are; little snapshots in time of peoples lives, fascinating.

Thanks for posting. :)

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It was an amazing place, full of beautiful memories, loads of letters that talked about the hard times the family had to go through, defo my best explore yet even though it was the smallest we sent hours in there and still need to go back xx

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