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    Very nicely done, all the things around the place more than make up for not getting inside the house. :)


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    Nice one, fantastic set of photos. :)
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    Nice find and great photos.

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    You have a great eye for a shot - Love the engine with cobwebs!
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    Awesome shots. What a shame it's all been left to rot :(

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    I say, thats rather nice. I know where it is too! That Austin G cabbed wagon is enough to break me out of urbex semi retirement me thinks!! Great photos

    I see you are in Norton....me too!
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    I live quite near the property and it IS lived in! A reclusive old chap lives there; I'm quite surprised he didn't come out when you were having a look around! I haven't seen him around the village or surrounding fields for some time, but you'll sometimes see a light on in the building at night when passing. It's Grade II listed but looks to be in quite poor repair and the trees at the front can't be helping.

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