Friday

The photo museum.

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On a drive through Wiltshire last weekend we did a double take as we went past this intriguing little building so had to quickly park up and go explore it in detail. We weren't sure if there was going to be anyone inside when we tentatively opened the door, but it was just us, so many photographs and a visitors book to show who else had ventured inside. It was an amazing pictorial history of the surrounding area by a man called Ray Pope started in the 1970s. It was such a wonderful surprise to stumble upon this magical place!

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  1. that's really awesome! it's like a hidden treasure. pretty pretty neat!

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    1. It was a great find - and just at the start of our trip!

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  2. what a treasure.
    by the way, your photograph;s are beautiful as well.

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  3. What a fascinating place! I love popping into those kinds of stores.

    I love that picture of the Kilburn White Horse. When I was up the tower in York Minster it was pointed out on a map and I wish I could have gone to see it in person.

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    1. The White Horse was so great - we actually saw it in the distance when at the photo museum! Looking forward to hearing about your travels in the UK!

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  4. Ooh, I love these unexpected finds of quirky British places. I'll be sure to hunt it out when we're next down that way! What a treasure!

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    1. Yes we were so happy to find this place on our journey! Definitely recommend a visit there!

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  5. That's amazing! What an awesome thing to come across!

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