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    Default Abandoned House and Cars, Cambridgeshire.


    Just a derelict house with some 1950's or 60's cars in the garden...

    As I got a proper camera (Nikon) I decided to test it at his abandoned house where I could gain some better photos of the rotting cars.
    History: I don't know much apart for it's stood here for decades.

    Anyway.
    Here's the photos.

    If someone could tell me what car this is I'd be surprised and interested.


    The House is like any other derelict or collapsing house nothing too special.


    It was surprising to see the ornament still on the car bonnet (Hood for the Americans).

    Anyway that was just a short and local explore.
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    Extension: I've sorted a couple of the other photo from the explore. Here they are...


    The bike may have a puncture..


    Surprised the paint has't rusted off.


    This car has not fared too well.
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    Last edited by KPUrbex; 17th Jul 18 at 16:08. Reason: Extended.
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    Thank you but please post more than 3 photos next time.

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    To identify your car, you should have photographed the dash and steering wheel boss along with a side view.

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    Yes I will do. I was having trouble uploading them due to a different format.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirus_Strictus View Post
    To identify your car, you should have photographed the dash and steering wheel boss along with a side view.
    There wasn't too much left of it to be honest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirus_Strictus View Post
    To identify your car, you should have photographed the dash and steering wheel boss along with a side view.
    Could be a Standard?

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    Nice shots, wuda looked better wiv a Canon
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    Quote Originally Posted by prettyvacant71 View Post
    Nice shots, wuda looked better wiv a Canon
    Thanks. Nikon is still the best one...
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    Quote Originally Posted by KPUrbex View Post
    Just a derelict house with some 1950's or 60's cars in the garden...

    As I got a proper camera (Nikon) I decided to test it at his abandoned house where I could gain some better photos of the rotting cars.
    History: I don't know much apart for it's stood here for decades.

    Anyway.
    Here's the photos.

    If someone could tell me what car this is I'd be surprised and interested.


    The House is like any other derelict or collapsing house nothing too special.


    It was surprising to see the ornament still on the car bonnet (Hood for the Americans).

    Anyway that was just a short and local explore.
    KPUrbex: Instagram, YouTube.
    Disappointingly short.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrGruffy View Post
    Disappointingly short.
    Im amazed u could find that little to photograph there too, heres my take.
    https://www.derelictplaces.co.uk/mai...-16-manor.html

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