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    Default Sronlairig Lodge


    Mysterious hunting lodge situated on the outer edge of the Monadhliath mountains, it's very stripped out and dangerous inside but still fascinating. Access used to be piss-easy but the ground floor windows and doors have now been boarded up.



    More info and pictures here: http://www.buildingsatrisk.org.uk/vi...CT+Ref+No=2083


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    wow! great looking place!

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    That is mega.
    Wherabouts is it? Can you PM me an 8 fig grid ref?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crisp Monster View Post
    That is mega.
    Wherabouts is it? Can you PM me an 8 fig grid ref?
    You can use this site to convert map refs between different forms.

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    WOW, that place looks gorgeous. Had to look again to see where it was. ooooooh, love places like that. would love to buy somewhere like that and do it all up. lovely pic. :)

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