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Author Photographs Of Chambers Dunsil (album)
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Photographs Of Chambers Dunsil (album)
Posted: 02/02/2020 20:44:36
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Love the photos
Spent many happy days playing on pit hills as we called them.
I was born red barn farm 1960
Grandad used to show us where the wooden capped shaft is,you could jump on the thin grass and hear the slight echo
But would think it not to safe to do so now
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