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UK Last House On The Left - September 2015

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Not my usual way to spend 30mins or so, but the place seemed curious when passing, so popping inside finding odd trinkets and going up the stairs, it soon began to feel like it could cave in, inside is all light painted which showed a wall mural, (minus light through doors/ceiling) outside a wonderful RV ;) its up for sale so anyone wanting a splore vehicle this is right up the alley even has on-board camera :P

No other information on this one sadly but not bad for what it is.

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Thanks for looking :)

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Trimmed excess flickr codes

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