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lanhydrock Lines house


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Chutney towers roof opens at the back and the attic has in it a tin for the water for the bath. This house roof opens at the front for attic bedrooms. It was a long way from the rope barrier so this was the best photo I could take, but I think that might be original paper in the attic. The top left room, which in the towers is all one room, looks like it has been divided at a later date.
Posted on August 18, 2018 Full Size|



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3:40 AM on August 19, 2018 
So no lead-lined bath! It is huge and dominates the bathroom so perhaps this house is more satisfactory - and it looks as if the chimneys don't have to be removed to gain access to the attics.

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