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Thread: 1930's Detached House, Eaton , Norwich

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    That's fabulous, Shucky. It's very similar to the style of the house that's behind The Three Horseshoes Inn that I explored in 08. Linky below if you want to check it out.



    https://www.derelictplaces.co.uk/main/showthread.php?t=6011


    Keep trawling down (pic heavy over several posts) and you'll come to the back of the pub. I thought then that it was a 1930s to 1950s build, and you don't see many of them around these days.

    Nice find. :)
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    A beautiful old house. I really like picture 2 and 3 (except for the nettles). You can really see the beauty in these old houses.
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    Good job, nice pics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bazzoh View Post
    is that a ford popular/anglia "sit up and beg" grille? it does look like one

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    I honestly don' know, I was under the impression it was Wolesley.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzypiggy View Post
    Very nice indeed. Looks like squatters might have been in there?

    ( My late Mum used to have a pair of those statues, the carrot farmer dressed in yellow waitcoat and his wife in a blue dress! LOL! Brought back memories! )
    I think the whole place had been trashed quite badly Pig. Looked like a Pikey paradise as the place had a caravan!!
    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 wagg20 View Post
    Show me the WALLPAPER!!!:)
    Nice find mate!
    There was loads in the Wagg. From dubious 1970s style to oriental tree, chinesey Delfy stylee!!
    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
    There was loads in the Wagg. From dubious 1970s style to oriental tree, chinesey Delfy stylee!!
    I haven't quoted you for any particular reason, it's just that I'm hoping you get an email saying that I have replied to you, because my friends and I would like to know if you could tell us the address and way to get into the Thorpe Mental Asylum, as we'd like to take some pictures ourselves. Please get back to me asap x

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    [QUOTE=Chui.;168367]I haven't quoted you for any particular reason, it's just that I'm hoping you get an email saying that I have replied to you, because my friends and I would like to know if you could tell us the address and way to get into the Thorpe Mental Asylum, as we'd like to take some pictures ourselves. Please get back to me asap x[ Sorry Chui but I don't do requests on an open forum. Do like other Urbexers do and do some research properly.:)
    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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    surely someone must own this house?

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    Shucky, you've doubled up on the fireplace pic unless my eyes are deceiving me

    Got a real Norman Bates feeling from the first couple of the outside of the house, real moody. You've done a grand job mate.
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