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Posted: 19/03/2010 22:39:32
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Sorry Dalesman. I didnt even know there was a General section to the forum, as I enter it from the homepage always. Only been on here about 2 years Big Grin I have a few pics of the Haydon Bridge post here:

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Its quite a nice one actually compared to most. Smile
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