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Thread: The Heckford Angel, Essex Jan 19'

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    Default The Heckford Angel, Essex Jan 19'


    This is the second place I visited yesterday. This one I literally just stumbled on when driving around. By the looks of it, it's been shut for some time by I read someone might be doing it up in the future...or it will just turn into new homes. My money's on the latter! Still quite a bit to see and it's always nice to come across a place that's not been chaved to hell. Hope you enjoy my report and as always feel free to go check out my website for all things urbex

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    I bet that sloe Gin is lethal, good report and pics, I enjoyed it, Thanks
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    Yep I thought Id give it a miss 😄

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    Just managed to find this place as its getting dark but cannot get in all the doors seem locked, such a shame! 🙁

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