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Old garage at Lapphyttan Norberg
Sweden

The Lapphyttan site is managed by the local history society of Norberg. This old garage was moved there some years ago. I can remember it from when I was a kid - at that time it was placed at the crossing of Engelbrektsgatan and Lasarettsvägen.

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