Wisteria At Wightwick Manor
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Wisteria At Wightwick Manor

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A: Wightwick Manor Garden Terrace

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B: Wightwick Manor Rose Garden

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C: Workshop interior pano

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D: Himley Hall Woods

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E: Half Penny Green Air Traffic Control

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F: Half Penny Green Airport

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G: Half Penny Green Aircraft Hanger

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H: Harrier jump jet at the 2013 RAF Cosford Airshow

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I: Trapshop - Black Country Museum - Dudley

by Ralph Ames, 10.4 km away

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J: Castlefields Boat Dock - Dudley

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