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toughsandal
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Post by toughsandal »

So, any guesses about those hockey-stick ghosts on the floor ? Former partitions ? Floor treatments ? Levels . . . ?

Roderick Grant
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Post by Roderick Grant »

They look too close together to be partitions. Probably just ornamentation.

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Post by peterm »

Roderick- toughsandal copied and pasted an earlier post from by SDR word for word.

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