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Thread: Oakhurst House, Ambergate Derbyshire, March 2011

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    Arrow Oakhurst House, Ambergate Derbyshire, March 2011


    Visited with Evil Noodle, Ceejam and Judderman. Was exceptionally wrecked and potentially deadly but there were interesting things to see.

    This was once a toilet.
























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    Looks like it was a really nice house once, like the oven
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    Nice one Dystopia..the tower looks good.

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    Love picture #9!

    Unfortunately, I get:

    Forbidden

    You don't have permission to access /albums/r92/Dystopian_Wanderer/Oakhurst House Ambergate Derbyshire 2011/ on this server.
    when trying to use your link.
    Last edited by Senga; 16th May 11 at 02:37.

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    WOW! These images are great. That old range in the kitchen is amazing!

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    Cool pics. :)

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    Looks a good explore!

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    Nice pics girly, glad you enjoyed it, wish I could say the same bout me and judders, who were accused of sulking...
    All we did was stand outside after both falling out of the window

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    Nice one missus, I have been here its a great mooch, I have to take my hat off to you, I didn't enter the building, being the founding member of "chickens anonymous" and didn't fancy it falling in on me!
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/45100355@N04/

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