Three Mile Cross
Flush began his life on this farm, where he loved running in the fields and chasing birds and animals.
Flush was given to Elizabeth Barrett Browning who lived at this location in a posh section of London, England.
Miss Barrett's Bedroom
Flush stayed in this location most of his early days with the poetess.
This is the location in London where Browning would take Flush for a walk.
When thieves stole Flush, they took him to this rundown and crime-ridden neighborhood.
After Flush was stolen, he spent five days in this place with other stolen dogs.
After Miss Barrett and Mr. Browning married, they honeymooned in this location.
The Brownings and Flush settled in this city, where he was able to run free with the other dogs in the city.
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