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William Barnes
England

P { margin-bottom: 0.21cm; } This view was taken on a Sunday (hencs the empty street), of the High Street Dorchester from the front of St Peter's Church. There is a statue of William Barnes the Dorset poet here.

Copyright: Sophie morse
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Uploaded: 09/07/2013
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