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Blacksmith, Warninglid
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Blacksmith, Warninglid

The giant-sized blacksmith obscures the person to whom he is speaking, perhaps on matters relating to the horse drawing the cart. I wonder how far one had to travel to buy K boots from Walter White, but I rather suspect that advertising posters pasted on walls in The Street would be frowned upon nowadays. I just cannot imagine what the large pile of earth, with the top of a spade visible, is doing behind the wall. The Large Version shows a close-up of the main protagonists.
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Picture added on 22 June 2012 at 10:29
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Roads - Warninglid - The Street (South)
There was once an enamel advertisement for Zebo firegrate polish fixed to the shop at the crossroads. A traveller asked some boys whereabouts he was. They looked across the road and said Zebo Corner; the name having been perpetuated over the years.
Added by Arthur Shopland on 01 October 2012
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