Small house in Stubby Lane, Draycott in the Clay

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Comments (11)

pedrocut on January 2, 2009

Who, then, would live in a house like this?

(Through the Keyhole)

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on January 9, 2009

This is the house that is euphamistically called THE DOG HOUSE, where men can safely retire to, when the wrath of god has been unleashed !! :>))

Jim

pedrocut on January 9, 2009

Jim, what a smashing dog house. You could leave the light on, slip out of the back door, nip over the wall and walk over to the pub. And the trouble and strife would not know a thing!

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on January 15, 2009

Yeah, it is beginning to look very attractive, like a safe retreat :>))

Jim

Paula K on January 15, 2009

Oh! What a cute house!! I wouldn't bank on being safe here Jim!

Paula

pedrocut on January 16, 2009

Paula,

This little house was at the side of the drive of a larger house. I could not help thinking that if it was in Wolverhampton where I live, and not Draycott, it would have been vandalized by now!

Regards, Peter

Paula K on January 16, 2009

It's a wonderful little place Peter! Was it built as a playhouse for children?

Paula

©junebug on December 6, 2009

What a cute little house, Peter! It almost looks like a dolls' house! I love the ornaments of the roof and the flowerpots and the door between those little windows is also very beautiful! Thanks for linking me to this photo! Best wishes, Anne

pedrocut on May 17, 2010

Start of a walk from near Draycott-in-the-Clay (12 photos)

keepclicking on June 3, 2012

You'd think there would be something on the internet about this but vilch, narda, nothing.

pedrocut on June 3, 2012

Checked on Google Earth Street View and still there!

All the best Peter

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on January 2, 2009
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    by pedrocut
    • Camera: Canon DIGITAL IXUS 900Ti
    • Taken on 2007/06/07 11:45:41
    • Exposure: 0.003s (1/400)
    • Focal Length: 7.70mm
    • F/Stop: f/2.800
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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