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    History

    A small farmhouse in Luxembourg hidden away in a small town. Not much history other than the owner dying years ago and leaving the house to rot.
    It's tucked away and you would never notice it if driving past, but I think it see's a fair bit of traffic from explorers.


    The Explore

    A nice easy explore with only a yappy dog outside the neighbours house giving us grief as we attempted to subtly dissapear down the overgrown track down to this farmhouse.



    The house was well decayed, but similar to Maison Kirsch, still had loads of very old items left in the house.

    Made for a nice little mouch and the kind of house that you don't get in the UK.


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    Thanks given by: ajarb, etc100, Ferox, Hugh Jorgan, HughieD, krela, Mearing, mtc3154, oldscrote, prettyvacant71, smiler, Tigershark

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    Wow thats some place, great pics as always!

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    I had a look at the post of 2014 by Perjury Saint and compared the pictures with yours and in the past 4 years it looks like it has gone downhill even further.
    When the going gets tough - the tough get going.

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    Still some lovely photogenic bits left behind, wonderful shots Gromr and some beautiful light in there!
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    Yes I can believe it gets a lot of traffic from folk like us, hence the lack of vandalism and the wine barrels still on site and intact, you shot an interesting set and I enjoyed looking at them, Thanks
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    nice pics, its a shame the Cresta is too far gone but the 3 Viscounts look savable
    Last edited by Tigershark; 30th May 18 at 14:09.

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    Well done again there Gromr. Some really nice shots.

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    That PA Cresta

    The PC Crestas look just about salvageable though.
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