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    Default Re: Empty village? Big pics warning.


    hiya,



    please (pretty please!) can you give us a clue on the whereabouts in the country this village is? desparate to know now. would love to have a look around here. pleeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaassssssssseeeeeeeee!!! :D

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    Sal, anyone coming up Yorkshire way and asking for the location by pm has been given it. If anyone wants to put the location up it's fine by me, it's not something I own or have control over in any way shape or form.

    Cheers

    P.S. I don't know if it's worth making a long trip for, ask Don.
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    hi they are great photos like the look of it any chance of getting the location

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    Please please please could i get the location of this

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    You both have PM.

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    :) nice very nice, any chance of a PM as to the location i think i might actualy die if i miss a chance at a place like this .
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    Last I knew there was no security as such, plenty nosey people though. There are actually some lived in houses on the far end of the site, near the prison bit. Also, don't know if alarms are alive or not. Be sure to check the mini golf course at the start .

    PM Sent.

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    I heard only last week from communist daughter that there has been some arson here. Shame as it might mean the beginning of the end. If the fences start to go up then it'll lose its Marie Celeste feel (well, you have to pretend a bit!)
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    thats plase really is a village...wont be long before we see the barratt flags outside lol opps i live in a barratt house

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    Does any one know the story behind this place? I mean an abandoned village is pretty extreme! I was thinking zombies in a dawn of the dead style incident:icon_evil or maybe a nuclear accident coupled with a government cover up.

    any idears?
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