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    Default Red Bull/Furhouse Manor - July '12


    As you know, this place has a four legged security guard with horns!! Coupled with the fact I had 2 hours sleep, followed by a 2 o'clock start for a 2 hour drive the "name" was chosen.....

    I don't know any history on this place or even IF there is any in all honesty.

    Red Bull Manor - http://www.flickr.com/photos/ratters...7630485379556/

    I do still have more photos/editing from here but I have the main stuff/rooms done now so thought I'd get the thread up


    ''Red Bull'' Manor [Explored] by Lee|Ratters, on Flickr


    No Access by Lee|Ratters, on Flickr


    Hiding In The Shadows [Explored] by Lee|Ratters, on Flickr


    The Library [Explored] by Lee|Ratters, on Flickr


    The Dresser [Explored] by Lee|Ratters, on Flickr




    An Old Boot by Lee|Ratters, on Flickr


    Grandpa's Chair by Lee|Ratters, on Flickr


    Red Light [Explored] by Lee|Ratters, on Flickr


    After Sunrise [Explored] by Lee|Ratters, on Flickr


    Pick A Book by Lee|Ratters, on Flickr

    Hope you enjoyed



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    wow and blinking wow its like something out of sherlock holmes ,,,fantastic place and wicked pics and nice wood lots of nice wood

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    Totally stunning!!!
    Why go through a door when there's a perfectly good window?
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    lovely lovely..i loved this place...brilliant pictures...
    “Exploration is really the essence of the human spirit...and sharing is an act of kindness..dont be afraid to ask..i own none of what i explore..”

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    Now that is astounding to see the amount of very valuable item abandoned like that in a once beautiful surrounds.Superb photos.

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    I love this place so much! Can't wait to get inside her... urm yes because that doesn't sound at all rude does it!

    Seriously though, great photographs there dude!

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    Bloody hell them there pics are brill .
    Looking beyond the pictures.


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    Incredible, struggling to find such beautiful places like this!

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    Lovely set bud and good to see some different angles...

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    speechless mate, stunning set of photos, did the four legged horned security guard get you !!
    If there is a fence round it then it must be worth looking at !

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    Thanks all for the comments. Certainly a nice photographic place. Got in with no issues but yes the bull chased 5 of us out!!

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    Stunning location, and excellent pics

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    This place is number 1 on the bucket list!
    Ace pictures...
    YOU AINT SEEN ME... RIGHT!!

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    Very nicely done mate
    Wurzel UE -
    'busting Bristol wide open since 2010'

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    Good stuff there!
    Veni, Vidi suum custos canis admorsus meus culus...

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