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    Arrow Old Vicarage Cottage - Near Bridgnorth, Shropshire


    Old Vicarage Cottage, apparently unoccupied since 2006. it obviously had a fire at some point and then been left to rot.
    Planning permission for demolition was requested in 2008 but later withdrawn.































































    Unable to get upstairs as they've rotted away, but my smaller and more spritely brother did and reported an almost untouched bedroom.

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    What a manky place this is...too bad even to demolish eh!Those fridges are just rank.

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    That wallpaper with a circular motif is fairly gairish.

    The wedge shaped cupboard looks like it was fitted upside down, my great aunt used to have one like it & it had the thick end upwards.

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    I bet those fridges were STINKING, id have grabbed my respirator quick!

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    Smelly fridges notwithstanding - that is a lovely looking house.

    I always find these reports far more emotional than the commercial ones - someone's home just left like that - was someone so uncared for that no-one took any interest when they'd gone? Oh well, that's just me being all girlie I suppose...

    A great post Locash though - did your brother manage to get a pic of the bedroom at all?

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    That's pretty cool, sort of reminds me of borley rectory a bit

    Who keeps baking parchment and york fruits in the fridge?
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    How incredibly sad and heart rending. :(

    And interesting. :)
    Do it safely, or not at all.

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    Have to say its pretty minging but the building itself is quite quirky, its all wonky and looks hickidly pickldy lol!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Misstee View Post

    I always find these reports far more emotional than the commercial ones - someone's home just left like that - was someone so uncared for that no-one took any interest when they'd gone? Oh well, that's just me being all girlie I suppose...
    I second that - the picture of the football trophies made me think the same :(

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    Unable to get upstairs as they've rotted away, but my smaller and more spritely brother did and reported an almost untouched bedroom.
    haha, so he does have his uses. You been taking little bro to any other places? I can think of many rotten stairs which wouldn't take my weight.

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