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    Default Bridge House Hotel (Hotel K) (image heavy)


    Hotel K 28.05.2016
    (named because of the person who found it)3visits 4 weeks


    So nightshift is over 7:00am Friday talk of getting out is all we can talk about a few hints of locations a SCHOOL is only discussed an old school Rowan Atkinson attended though,so 27hrs later a message sent same meeting point 5:30 alarm set for 4:30 plenty of kip 4hrs. Roll onwards 5:30 "let's hit that school" demo started secca on site no go anyway quick message sent "our paths might cross" "school" "hotel" fast forward 7:30-8ish and boom we at the new location and damn I looked through the window and I couldn't believe my eyes a full dinning room in full situ well pretty much the full gaff was in full situ. Thank you Fr3e Roamers for a top morning and great to meet you guys again. Visited with Brighters,Sibbo and Fr3e Roamers

    After we hit this place it soon became the in location and looking from the state of place Im so glad I was here first,many doors were locked on our first visit but people decided to boot them in,even the lock was drilled out on the expensive master suite anyway thats my rant heres some history.

    Bridge House Hotel is a Grade I listed building, set alongside attractive gardens adjacent to the River Swale. The building was constructed sometime in the 15th Century and therefore provided a historic atmosphere inside and out. After being redeveloped into a hotel in the 1900s, the lower floors were converted into dining, bar and lounge areas. The upstairs was divided into bedrooms, and ensuite bathrooms were installed in each room. The hotel was popular as it is located close to the A1 road and Catterick Racecourse; it is also relatively close to the Yorkshire Dales National Park and the vibrant city of York. Unfortunately, however, a fire destroyed part of the building in 2014. Six fire crews were called to attend the scene after flames were spotted coming from the roof. The cause of the fire remains unknown, but no one was injured during the incident as the premises was closed as it was undergoing renovation.

    Well heres what I captured,if you are familar with my posts and splores then you know we have fun the last images are purely this fun


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    Thanks for looking

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    Each time a report mentions, "Listed Building" chances are somewhere a fire will also feature.
    Lovely pics Nice tats, Thanks
    Smiler

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    Very nice pics.

    Well, some of them anyway... gets a bit iffy at the end... haha.

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    Nice photographs. I like the bath, stuffed leather armchair and the bar stools. I noticed the cutlery on the table that its set for not to include soup or a starter. Oh, well, still a nice post.
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    Mate, that is wicked! Glad you posted that up. Nice to see if before it got a bit messed up. I dread to think what it is like now. I happened upon it by chance, got stuck on the motorway because of roadworks so went back roads for a bit and there we were. Your pics are fantastic, great work!

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    Awesome report, did the beer taps still work then ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by smiler View Post
    Each time a report mentions, "Listed Building" chances are somewhere a fire will also feature.
    Lovely pics Nice tats, Thanks
    Past experience would indicate that any fire starting in the roof space of a building under renovation, will be due to a wandering plumber's blow torch -Either being used in the roof space or soldering lead flashings externally. The budding arsonist usually goes for a far easier room to set his fire and escape from the scene.

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    I enjoyed that. Sirloin looks good value for money, be well seasoned by now. Cheers guys.
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    That is quite stunning, I do hope somebody rescues it as it has so much character.

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    Wow, what a building that looks, great shots & report,

    Does anyone happen to know the state of the building currently, don't want to "waste" a 2hr+ drive out

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