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    Whilst up the coast the other week doing some night photography,I was driving home late at night and I spotted under a lamppost out the corner of my eye what looked like a rundown house all overgrown..so I quickly looked where I was and a few days later I was on my way back in the daylight...wondering what to expect when I went in.i was slightly gutted to see it was errr gutted.but I had made the journey and got my camera out and started snapping away.the place was a fair size house but the place was a mess..lots of the upstairs floor was missing.out the back was some old workshops.all empty but these were my favourite bits..































    I like to go where others fear to tread.

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    Another great post, always worth a mooch Mikey you just don't know what your going to find, thats the beauty of it :)

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    Thank you jon..to be honest I will look at virtually anything and everything.there is an explore and a photograph to be had in everything
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    Simply beautiful pictures - the graffiti although very crude did make me chuckle

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    Thank you tazong..there was a lot of drug reference graffiti here..
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    Nice One Mikey, the spray monkey who did the tele graf has a sense of humour, gave me a chuckle anyway, Thanks
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    Nice photos Mikeymutt :)

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    Love the overgrownness and telly/lamp pic :)
    Give that huge building with the large bin, I wonder what it was used for?

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    You made it look interesting Mikey. Love the comedy graff!

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    This was the house that went with the company next door,Merricks wire ropes.Last inhabited around 1992.

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