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I presume this was some sort of lock keepers control room. It's an interesting design and would make a nice model for those fed up with rectangular shapes.















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Interesting building.  Why would such a small building require four doors?
 
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It's basically all doors and windows. There wouldn't have been much space for anything inside, especially as there was obviously a fireplace in there. 
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First glance i thought it was a public convenience.:oops:


                 

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