Two boxes of Strongbow cider, a mounted rifle above the fire place and a heavy safe placed on the sofa.
These are the pictures which for the first time reveal the inside of the house of the man accused of killed April Jones.
The jury in the April Jones murder trial saw the home of Mark Bridger on Thursday.
The nine women and three men visited Bridger's isolated cottage in Ceinws, mid-Wales, where bone fragments from a child and blood matching the DNA of the missing five-year-old were found.
The jury was spending the day viewing sites associated with Bridger's trial at Mold Crown Court where the 47-year-old denies abducting and murdering the schoolgirl.
They arrived in the isolated village of Ceinws shortly after 1.05pm in a coach after visiting the town of Machynlleth, where the prosecution says April was snatched as she played outside her home on the Bryn y Gog estate last October.
They were accompanied by judge Mr Justice Griffith-Williams, the prosecution led by Elwen Evans QC, and the defence team headed by Brendan Kelly QC, as well as several court officials.
For the purpose of today's visit the area around the jury was deemed the precincts of the court and a low level police presence was apparent at every stop.
The jurors were taken into Bridger's tiny cottage, called Mount Pleasant, in one group led by the judge.
They earlier visited Machynlleth Junior School, where April attended, before making the short walk to the Bryn y Gog estate, where she was last seen.
They were taken to the green in the middle of the housing estate and shown the area where the schoolgirl was playing with her friend.
A set of garages where April was seen climbing into a car was also seen by the group.
The trial continues