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Author Nice bit of subsidence!
SimonRL

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Nice bit of subsidence!
Posted: 22/03/2010 09:40:20
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Metro.co.uk wrote:

The appropriately named Crooked House has been labelled Britain’s drunkest inn – and for obvious reasons.

The tavern, which was built as a farmhouse in 1785, got its design fault through subsidence caused by mining during the 1800s.


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IP: 83.148.135.213 Edited: 22/03/2010 09:43:22 by SimonRL
Dean Allison

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Nice bit of subsidence!
Posted: 22/03/2010 17:27:22
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Brilliant! I am amazed it was allowed to stay like that. IP: 90.203.50.151
ICLOK

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Nice bit of subsidence!
Posted: 22/03/2010 22:45:54
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I ashkully thort I had been dinkin too Mush.... hic

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Nice bit of subsidence!
Posted: 30/03/2010 19:28:21
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It's even better when you are inside, watching bottles roll up hill and your beer tilting the wrong way! IP: 95.144.200.170
Peter Burgess

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Location: Merstham. Or is it Godstone ...... ?

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Nice bit of subsidence!
Posted: 30/03/2010 19:39:52
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I expect you have to have a few to counteract the effect.

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Hé ! Ki kapcsolva le a villanyt ?
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Nice bit of subsidence!
Posted: 30/03/2010 20:39:53
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Sounds good to me.... perhaps we should hold an aditnow beer meet there just to convince ourselves!

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tater24

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Nice bit of subsidence!
Posted: 30/03/2010 21:39:33
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ive been there.you are bladdered as soon as you walk in the door before youve had a drink! IP: 86.149.122.79
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