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Thread: Steep House aka Potters Manor, Crowborough, Aug 2010

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    Default Steep House aka Potters Manor, Crowborough, Aug 2010


    Hi Guys



    I'm kinda new to this so you will have to excuse my ignorance but I wanted to post so people could see how much Steep House has changed since fairly recent reports. The entire wooden bannister and stairs has pretty much been wrecked. Still a few items in tact and some decent personal items. Thankfully most of the artwork is still there but it's alot more wrecked than other reports i've seen even from as recent as last month.

    Anyway I have yet to set up a photobucket account but will do before my next post. In the interim if you want to see the photo's from my visit you can check them out on flickr at

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/knlphot...7624674962481/

    Hope you enjoy and appreciate the update. Apologies if not using photobucket on this occassion offends

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    It is in a bit of a state. They are beautiful photos though :)

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    Hmm I went there the other day, and your right its almost a shame that it was ever posted as else it wouldnt have deteriorated so much so quickly. I considered breaking the golden rule to save something from being lost forever, but decided against it.

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    nice shots but it may be worth taking some identifiers out of your heading so people have to do a little work to find this treasure trove of photo ops.


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