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26 Astonishing Before-And-After Photos Of U.K. Flooding

We compare how parts of the U.K. looked just a few weeks ago to present day, following the flooding of many residential areas.

1. James Winslade’s Farm, West Yeo, near Moorland, Somerset.

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2. Wraysbury, Berkshire.

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3. A361 at Burrowbridge, Somerset.

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4. Worcester.

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5. Moorland village, Somerset.

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6. Datchet, Berkshire.

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7. Northmoor Green, Moorland, Somerset.

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8. Burrow Mump, Burrowbridge, Somerset.

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9. Cookham, Berkshire.

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10. A361 near East Lyng, Somerset.

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11. Church Street, Moorland, Somerset.

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12. Datchet, Berkshire.

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13. Willow House, East Lyng, Somerset.

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14. Upton-upon-Severn, Worcestershire.

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15. Moorland, Somerset.

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16. East Lyng, Somerset.

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Artist Matilda Temperley captures the rising waters in Somerset.

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Matt Tucker is the UK picture editor for BuzzFeed and is based in London.
Jim Waterson is the UK deputy editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in London. Waterson focuses on politics.
 
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