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Pile Of Rubble Near Old Silos in Farndon Fields, Market Harborough
England

Panorama by a pile of rubble at twilight in Farndon Fields, Market Harborough, UK. Farndon Fields is currently being developed, with several developers building houses in the area. The nearby silos and barn buildings have been fenced off for demolition as part of the development.

Copyright: Dave kennard
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Chargée: 24/09/2012
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Tags: farndon fields; market harborough; twilight; development
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