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Identification Longshot/Talking Point 477


Brumas
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Good Evening All. A pleasant pastoral panorama. click here

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buteman

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I think everyone else has gone to sleep.

1st one is usually the easiest but I think Brumas has decided to give us the hard one first this time.

He must have guests in and does not want to be disturbed.

This is one of those that you either know it or you don't,I think it's time for a clue.

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Brumas

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A clue, it is in Wales.

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octal

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buteman

At 330 miles it could be Cornwall, Cumbria or Northumbria.

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Brumas

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buteman, no guests and not many guesses !

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octal

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It could be Colwyn Bay, that lump could be Bryn Euryn.

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Brumas

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It is on the north coast of Wales.

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rdave13

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If it's in Wales then possibly starts with Aber so I'll hazard a guess of Aberaeron.

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rdave13

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OK. Wrong again and another guess of Llandudno........

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rdave13

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Failing that one then Rhyl

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buteman

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Colwyn Bay.

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