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  1. Just been looking at slide photographs from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s of normal roads and streets in suburban London with run of the mill maisonettes, semis and detached houses and compared them to now on streetview. How ramshackle everywhere now looks, neatly tended gardens gone, overgrown hedges, broken fences, mismatched garden walls, ugly/shoddy extensions, rutted verges, broken kerbs and a general air of neglect. I imagine this is typical of many places other than London when you look the differences are stunning. I wonder what todays newly built estates will look like in 20/30 years time or less!
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