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UE Location DB > Bradley Farm > Large barn (Viewed 964 times)
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Large barn
< on 6/2/2007 10:09 PM >
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Its a shame it was burnt down it was quite solid and a nice place to take models for photographing them as nudes. Bloody kids from Stittsville no doubt burnt it down... or it could be some of the twits from Toronto that seem to complain about taggers and ravers.




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Re: Large barn
< Reply # 1 on 6/3/2007 3:40 PM >
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Funny, I knew this had to be the place when I heard about a fire in the area. on one visit I ran into a bunch of teens there, but the were pretty friendly and seemed harmless. Oh well.




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Re: Large barn
< Reply # 2 on 6/4/2007 4:26 PM >
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Yeah, big pity.

A friend of mine and his friend were sitting in Tim Hortons, talking about the place. After pointing out where it was, my friend looked over and saw the flames coming out of the barn.




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