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Northgate street - Ipswich
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sunny day in the autumn
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Ipswich Tavern street view near Great White Horse Hotel
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Saint Mary le Tower
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St Mary Le Tower Churchyard - Ipswich
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Northgate streetview - Ipswich - 14-12-2013
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Orwell path in Ipswich Suffolk
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