Man Caves

These are the places where men retreat to or  hang out. Sometimes alone, sometimes in groups  . . . . . . .

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Rex working on his favourite pastime project,
a scaled down working Traction Engine

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Work space for art work and listening to music.

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A flight-simmers man Cave.

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An aviation and WWII enthusiasts man Cave.

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The lair/workshop/store of a metal working artist . . .

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