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English: Gypsy wagon, Grandborough Fields The wide verge on the west side of Grandbourough Fields Road is a popular spot for travelling people. This traditional bowtop living van is quite uncommon - usually, the travellers who use this spot live in modern aluminium caravans. On the day the photo was taken there was no sign of any horses grazing the verge but a flatbed trailer behind the bowtop van suggests it arrived behind a motor vehicle.
Date 17 April 2009
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Author Andy F

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52° 17′ 12.78″ N, 1° 17′ 42.35″ W

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