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Old 30th March 2009
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On the subject of heads.

Duck's beak looking like a dogs head? This one is set in stone.

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Re: On the subject of heads.

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Re: On the subject of heads.

Lovely smile too

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Re: On the subject of heads.

That bit of sandstone's well knackered isn't it. I'm trying to work out where it is. I thought a castle at first, but saw it's a priory. Tynemouth?
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Re: On the subject of heads.

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That bit of sandstone's well knackered isn't it. I'm trying to work out where it is. I thought a castle at first, but saw it's a priory. Tynemouth?
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