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I'm gonna miss out a couple of locations from me n Oldskools recent 'Euro Derpation' and skip on to this remarkable little house... Absolutely rammed with dusty memories and little trinkets, I could have EASILY spent all day here...

'The Little Green House'

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Thanks for lookin' in... :)

Edited by Perjury Saint
Left the lights on...

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What a cool location and one of those with so much to see.

Bet it was hard to leave knowing mate as places like this theres always more to see.

Great shots :thumb

You said it mate! If this was in the UK I'd be a permanent resident!! :)

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