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Fishing at Tooting Bec Common
England

Tooting Bec Common is situated in the London Borough of Wandsworth. It's a very popular local spot for walking, swimming an fishing. Near to here is the famous Tooting Bec Lido and the Tooting Bec Atheltics Stadium.

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