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    Default The house with yellow doors & windows


    I have driven past this house so many times and always wondered if it was empty. I decided today that I would drag my sister there and go check it out. Unfortunately we didn't find a way into the house but there was plenty of barns/sheds/garages.
    I don't have any info on this spot other than its looked like it's been empty for quite a few years.



    Urbex by lucy ellis, on Flickr

    Urbex by lucy ellis, on Flickr

    Urbex by lucy ellis, on Flickr

    Urbex by lucy ellis, on Flickr

    Urbex by lucy ellis, on Flickr

    Urbex by lucy ellis, on Flickr

    Urbex by lucy ellis, on Flickr

    Urbex by lucy ellis, on Flickr

    Urbex by lucy ellis, on Flickr

    Urbex by lucy ellis, on Flickr

    Urbex by lucy ellis, on Flickr

    Urbex by lucy ellis, on Flickr

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    Very nice indeed. Enjoyed those pics. :)

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    Some very nice framing there, thanks for sharing :)
    A sick monster, a twister of dark matter.

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    That's an interesting way to paint windows.

    As Covert said, nicely framed. :)

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    That's all right that, Nicely Done, Thanks
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    Thanks all. Much apriciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krela View Post
    That's an interesting way to paint windows.

    As Covert said, nicely framed. :)
    Agreed. Definitely interesting. 😳

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    Just to clarify, I wasn't making a window pun :p
    A sick monster, a twister of dark matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CovertUrbex View Post
    Just to clarify, I wasn't making a window pun :p
    😁
    Someone has just told me the reason why the windows are like that is because the old Man who lived there got told a lot of times to paint his windows, he didn't want to, so he did that to them. What a rebel.. 😂

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    Great post and great photos! Thank you for sharing :)

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