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    Default Lodge House/ Gatehouse. Little Plumstead.


    Visited Lil Plumpy Hospital this Morning with my exploring Budd Wagg 20. We had a plan to try and access the Old Hall, but alas to no Avail. So this isnt strictly a Hospital Visit but this lovely Half Timbered Lodge stands at the Main Entrance to the Hospital. The place was fairly stripped although there were some quite Retro examples of Decorative Prowess! much to Waggs excitement! He just adores Derelict and ripped Wallpaper! This ones for you Mate! Also 4 or 5 Original Fireplaces some newer than others, The Roof was missing on the Building! and instead a Green Tarpaulin was in place, casting a Ghostly Green Glow over the Proceedings, also making the Waggster look like a Mini Green Martian! Upstairs was an Original Period Fireplace with the Old Grate And Finally a few Exterior Shots... Thanks for looking, Comments as always most Welcome!:)

    And a dreadful thing from the cliff did spring. And its wild bark thrilled around. His eyes had the glow of the fires below. Twas the form of the Spectre Hound. 'Ha' yer fa'r got a dickey, bor?' 'Yis, an' he want a fule ter roide 'im, will yew cum?'

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    Just lovin those wallpaper patterns mmm...
    3rd shot just makes me
    :)
    Hope you strike lucky this eve with your explore.
    Last edited by wagg20; 27th Sep 09 at 14:39.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wagg20 View Post
    Just lovin those wallpaper patterns mmm...
    3rd shot just makes me
    :)
    Hope you strike lucky this eve with your explore.
    Thanks Mate, as ever it was a pleasure to Explore with you again, I loved this place, just a bit scared of what I was standing over at one point!
    And a dreadful thing from the cliff did spring. And its wild bark thrilled around. His eyes had the glow of the fires below. Twas the form of the Spectre Hound. 'Ha' yer fa'r got a dickey, bor?' 'Yis, an' he want a fule ter roide 'im, will yew cum?'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Shuck View Post
    Thanks Mate, as ever it was a pleasure to Explore with you again, I loved this place, just a bit scared of what I was standing over at one point!
    Next time maybe back to the Hospital.;)
    And a dreadful thing from the cliff did spring. And its wild bark thrilled around. His eyes had the glow of the fires below. Twas the form of the Spectre Hound. 'Ha' yer fa'r got a dickey, bor?' 'Yis, an' he want a fule ter roide 'im, will yew cum?'

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    The first wallpaper Design is Like one of Those Magic Eye posters.

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    Yeah its quite Evil really! Wagg loved it!
    And a dreadful thing from the cliff did spring. And its wild bark thrilled around. His eyes had the glow of the fires below. Twas the form of the Spectre Hound. 'Ha' yer fa'r got a dickey, bor?' 'Yis, an' he want a fule ter roide 'im, will yew cum?'

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