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Little Engine

“I think wrecks are always bizarrely attractive.” SANDY SUFFIELD, RESIDENT

, double-height brick structure that became Sandy Suffield’s home in the English town of Bury St. Edmunds was a building without a purpose. It was constructed as an engine house

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