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  • cunningplan's Avatar
    Today, 03:37
    cunningplan replied to a thread House of Faith in Rural Sites
    Looks like this place has brought up a good discussion. To be honest it's not much different to church manor we did the end of last year! If you look at the first photo yes there's a car, it it's going to take a lot of work to get it out as the entrance is so overgrown. At the end of the day it's what the fella said. "She's got too much money to worry" Also thanks for the good comments :)
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  • tazong's Avatar
    Today, 00:59
    betty boo is my drone a dji phantom 2 with a go pro 3 onboard - she just loves doing the doo :-)
    3 replies | 107 view(s)
  • Judderman62's Avatar
    Today, 00:41
    betty ? ..
    3 replies | 107 view(s)
  • tazong's Avatar
    Today, 00:37
    tazong replied to a thread House of Faith in Rural Sites
    I read your your pm and did respond - AS mr spock once said live long and prosper and i mean that in the nicest possible way lol #
    15 replies | 485 view(s)
  • mockingbird's Avatar
    Today, 00:22
    mockingbird replied to a thread House of Faith in Rural Sites
    To be honest everytime myself cunningplan my other half an our friend plan a trip, we have a few locations like these under our hat, its only when we pull the trigger do people realise, but this comes from intense research constant driving an generally not looking on forums for all the old places, an places people have been to. This is securely under our hat! of course the experience is what makes it great! I did PM you aswel just so you know :)
    15 replies | 485 view(s)
  • mockingbird's Avatar
    Today, 00:17
    Nicely done DJ you certainly looked like you enjoyed your day! Love the carriage shot the most! surprised you didnt attempt a selfie :D
    16 replies | 578 view(s)
  • tazong's Avatar
    Today, 00:16
    tazong replied to a thread House of Faith in Rural Sites
    I thank you for the reply and in a way i understand , i was going on a planned trip this weekend to a lovley place but it got posted on a forum location wise - it got robbed blind of all its treasures -police were called and police tape everywhere the site has been completely trashed. I love urbex and i love vistiing sites - as much as i would love to visit a site like this - keep it under your hat - i would rather it was untouched than a bunch of theives come and rape it. As far as research...
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  • mockingbird's Avatar
    Today, 00:03
    Thank you Tazong, I do try sometimes an document places well, other times im too rushed an plenty more to see, cheers! :)
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  • tazong's Avatar
    Today, 00:01
    Its very rare i am speechless but but everyone of those photos were beautiful - well done
    2 replies | 93 view(s)
  • mockingbird's Avatar
    Today, 00:00
    mockingbird replied to a thread House of Faith in Rural Sites
    I am not knocking anyone, but sadly places like this are about just take time looking, luckily for cunningplan an myself we work with another explorer who is a good friend, an we all do tonnes of research together to find new places, an sites that wouldnt make the forum often, I agree many are so derelict that they are far gone, i agree it is perfect almost pristine but if you look around the owners grabbed anything of modern times an left, if only people knew the history but sadly this wont...
    15 replies | 485 view(s)
  • mockingbird's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:54
    Hey folks this is not to do with my recent trip with Cunningplan, I still have a backlog as I am far to busy to post places I did months ago, than right as soon as I do them. Last year I have the honor to explore this wonderful place, especially before the usual looters got to it, an stole almost everything you see in my photographs! its contents was extremely remarkable an beautiful a real time capsule undisturbed an almost untouched. Geoffrey moved into the house with his family in 1920,...
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  • tazong's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:42
    beautiful pictures bud - i must visit here - defintly gonna bring betty
    3 replies | 107 view(s)
  • tazong's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:32
    tazong replied to a thread House of Faith in Rural Sites
    To be fair to the people that are asking these questions - the majority of sites people see are in a very derelict condition - these sites are almost untouched - almost perfect and its not unfair in my opinion to ask the question. These sites do come along but are very rare, i dont think you should knock people for being a little inquisative maybe sceptical? If you look at the pictures - it could have been taken from your own house - i think maybe because there so fresh from decay thats...
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  • mockingbird's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:29
    Ahhh the lost souls house :D glad we got inside this and checked it out, well worth the wait an some fine photography chap!
    6 replies | 281 view(s)
  • mockingbird's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:28
    bit creaky on those floors chap ;) Shame i got tangled up in rusty barbed wire, but a good start to the trip, some cracking shots there buddy!
    5 replies | 327 view(s)
  • mockingbird's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:26
    mockingbird replied to a thread House of Faith in Rural Sites
    The amount of people asking if this is derelict on here an on other sites is insane, ive had it all day! :O its not lived in, has large amounts of decay outside, an this comes from being abandoned a good few months last year, the owner refuses to sell it, because she has enough money! One of our nicer finds Cunningplan! good shots!
    15 replies | 485 view(s)
  • Judderman62's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:25
    Continuing Alphabetically I have arrived at C and was very late to the party at this place - thrashed to within an inch of it's life. Ah well it's ticked off the list. Solo visit to this place and bumped into two groups of peeps during my visit. 1.
    3 replies | 107 view(s)
  • mockingbird's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:24
    mockingbird replied to a thread Sabre, Jan 2016 in Rural Sites
    was a fantastic trip Cunningplan, this is without a doubt the best place ive seen in months, the cobwebs inside an decaying in the corners clearly show its derelict, it has a groundsman like many places do, but it is not lived in, just looked after! You watch someone will find it explore it in a few years, name it something else an it will be more decayed if not sold off by then.
    10 replies | 322 view(s)
  • Judderman62's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:17
    credit to you for the effort and for doing it in those conditions / circumstances :)
    10 replies | 1029 view(s)
  • Judderman62's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:15
    Thanks peeps :)
    4 replies | 137 view(s)
  • tazong's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:01
    tazong replied to a thread Farm B. June 2014 in Residential Sites
    i really do love those pictures - beautifully captured
    4 replies | 137 view(s)
  • smiler's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:37
    smiler replied to a thread Farm B. June 2014 in Residential Sites
    I liked the anvil pic, Thanks
    4 replies | 137 view(s)
  • dauntless - UE's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:23
    Nicely done. It's quite sad that all the hard work and effort that was made into making a piano ends like this...
    4 replies | 137 view(s)
  • Judderman62's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:04
    I don't know anything about this place so no history on this one. Visited on a trip to Norfolk in June 2014. Many thanks to the person who made this visit possible. 1. 2.
    4 replies | 137 view(s)
  • Darkalien's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:57
    Not this time lol in the summer I'll be in there mate lol
    14 replies | 677 view(s)
  • The Wombat's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:49
    Interesting looking place! You didn't fancy going in then? Lol
    14 replies | 677 view(s)
  • cunningplan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:49
    My type of place, great photos as well :)
    7 replies | 204 view(s)
  • uklimey1234's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:46
    Sad to see the old place in this condition, I did a BTEC HNC there in 1984 when it was Warley College, happy days.
    8 replies | 1350 view(s)
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