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Identification Longshot and Talking Point 821


Brumas
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Good Evening All.

Another mucky old postcard yet still with interest and clues aplenty!

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Brumas

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Woolwell A Frayed Knott ;o}

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Woolwell

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Changed slightly Radstock Co-op

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Brumas

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SillBill Last time I looked it was in Somerset ;o}

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Woolwell

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Brumas - Can you check. The road signs look like Shepton Mallet A367 and Midsomer Norton and moreover my wife recognised it.

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SillBill

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Brumas

Doesn't that road sign pointing left say Shepton Mallett?

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Brumas

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Woolwell You'll have to excuse me, of course it is Radstock, I could have sworn I put another one on,DUUUHHHH. Well Done

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Woolwell

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The other road sign reads Kilmersdon and Coleford.

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Woolwell

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Brumas - you were nearly in trouble with my other half!

Radstock and Midsomer Norton was a coal mining area although you would not believe it now.

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Brumas

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I'll have to have a lie down in a dark room with a wet flannel on my fevered brow, I'm losing it , I could have sworn I put the next postcard on as 821 and yet when I see it is, of course, Radstock.

Have you ever had one of those days??

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john bunyan

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Woolwell

You need a bigger WELL DONE for persistence!!

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