One man’s junk, another’s passion

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  • Saturday, 27 Mar 2010

The line between collecting and hoarding is a thin one, but when you’ve got a museum running, it settles the issue conclusively, doesn’t it?

The house that Boyd Williams built is hardly livable. It is a cluttered, tiny and very old one-room cottage. Yet people from all over the world pay to look at it.

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