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Kerbstones, tiles, and various other building supplies and equipment, at the Farndon Fields Development in Market Harborough, Leicestershire, UK.

Although development is still ongoing as at January 2012, the first few houses were completed, and some occupied, in 2011.

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A: Farndon Fields Development, Market Harborough 6

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

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C: Silos in Farndon Fields, Market Harborough

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D: Farndon Fields Development, Market Harborough 3

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E: Sunset puddle at Farndon Fields

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F: Farndon Fields Development, Market Harborough 1

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G: Farndon Fields Development, Market Harborough 2

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H: Farndon Fields Development, Market Harborough 7

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I: Farndon Fields after heavy rain, Market Harborough

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J: Farndon Fields Development, Market Harborough 4

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