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    Was the cat friendly?



    Poor little thing!

    Amazing photos, well done!

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    Talking of adandoned homes in the Far East with plenty of personal effects & squat toilets, try John Dunbarr's site:

    http://www.daehanmindecline.com/UEseoul/

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    Great link Richard.
    The Japanese sites are also fascinating to look through.

    martinl, don't worry about that old tom, he looks like he was E blocks resident tough cat and can look
    after himself ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raz333 View Post
    Great link Richard.
    The Japanese sites are also fascinating to look through.
    Thanks, It's South Korean actually.

    A lot of places featured are empty because of new building projects where the developers have bought up proprties before demolishing them.

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    Lovley shots, youve certainly got the sun over there. i took some pics of a small derelict estate in london but because of the weather most of the pics are shades of grey. i may up them if i dig them out.

    is that a little bit of brown i see in the loo?

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    Default Re: Chagar hill flats , Malaysia April 2008


    Quote Originally Posted by za gringo View Post

    is that a little bit of brown i see in the loo?
    It was a bit of brick, I made sure before I took the pic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Davies View Post
    Talking of adandoned homes in the Far East with plenty of personal effects & squat toilets, try John Dunbarr's site:

    http://www.daehanmindecline.com/UEseoul/
    I have been summoned. Hello again, Richard.

    Those are great pictures. I would move in if I found something like that. Well no, I have a pretty good idea what it would be like on the inside.

    The cat does look friendly. Over here in Korea it's extremely rare to find stray cats that will sit still for you to photograph them. Even China treats their strays better from what I've seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by racetraitor View Post
    I have been summoned. Hello again, Richard.

    Those are great pictures. I would move in if I found something like that. Well no, I have a pretty good idea what it would be like on the inside.

    The cat does look friendly. Over here in Korea it's extremely rare to find stray cats that will sit still for you to photograph them. Even China treats their strays better from what I've seen.
    I didn't know you had joined up here, I guess you don't mind me linking to your site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Davies View Post
    I didn't know you had joined up here, I guess you don't mind me linking to your site.
    I found it because you linked it.

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