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Rode, Wiltshire
England

Remember "The Suspicions of Mr Whicher"? The family would have known this place well - just off the old byway to Frome. The village has, for obvious reasons, changed its name from Road to Rode. The house where the murder took place is very much larger than you expect from reading the book. However, because of the high walls and security, you can't see much.

You should view this panorama with respect. Cows are big, dangerous, smelly creatures who don't like having their photographs taken!

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Uploaded: 17/02/2011
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Tags: nature; outdoors; animals; cows; funny; humerous
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