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The swing in Bayhurst Wood
England

This forgotten area of Bayhurst Wood, part of the Ruislip Woods, was only accesible via a forgotten stile. Clearly this remote location is the playground for some local kids who use the swings and the concrete pit for lighting some fires. The whole area was one big badger sett.

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