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Vanishing points

Corridor by john.mcknight, on Flickr
Vanishing points

Corridor by David C Laurie, on Flickr


Above the great hall by David C Laurie, on Flickr


Corridor by David C Laurie, on Flickr
Vanishing points
Forest track
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Excellent!
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st200 wrote:
Forest track


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Fairfield's Offices


Corridor by 1Alan_M, on Flickr


Long Corridor by 1Alan_M, on Flickr
Vanishing points
Vanishing Point.... one of the best movies ever
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Passenger decks on the Queen Mary.

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Oh that carpet  
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RED RUM Dunno if its Titanic or The Overlook Hotel from the Shining.  
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