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Wallingford Town Centre
England
Wallingford town centre stands in for the fictitious town Causton in the popular British TV Series Midsomer murders.
Copyright: Nikhilesh haval
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Uploaded: 09/04/2014
Updated: 15/04/2014
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Tags: town hall; causton; midsomer murders; architecture; building; heritage; memorial
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