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Thread: Crofthorse House, January 2016

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    Having driven past this place for literally as long as I can remember and each time noticed how derelict it was becoming, the opportunity finally arouse to explore along with Tiny Urban Exploration.

    Not much to see on this place, its rather empty but from the information I could find around the house, it used to be a flat or something along those lines. Unfortunately im unable to find any history at all on the internet either so I will let the pictures do the talking instead.























    Had to keep swapping between my camera and phone as still don't own a wide angle... argh!!
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    I have never seen a blue bathroom suite before. I hope to never see one again.

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    Couldn't agree more!
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    Nice find, I agree that bathroom is horrible! Great photos :)

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    That blue bathroom reminds me of my grandparents green bathroom, although I think they were actually popular at one point. Nice report!
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    Nice find but not sure about the bathroom suite!Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheNarrator View Post
    That blue bathroom reminds me of my grandparents green bathroom, although I think they were actually popular at one point. Nice report!
    Avocado green was very very popular. Blue, not so much.

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    I know my plumbing well, but i'll agree on the look of the blue bathroom!
    Last edited by The_Derp_Lane; 11th Jan 16 at 18:57.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubex View Post
    Nice find, I agree that bathroom is horrible! Great photos :)
    I agree Rubex, great find and I bow to your superior taste in interior decor, Nice One UD, Thanks
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