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Thread: DIe cast house..Norfolk.

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    Default DIe cast house..Norfolk.


    Sometimes you just come to a house what is just a bit different.as I got close to the outside I could see it was clearly abandoned.the gates hanging off.thr lawn overgrown with a rusty lawn mower sitting in the gras.and as I entered it was obvious no one had been in here for quite a long time.the dust and cobwebs hanging everywhere.the house was crammed.i have never been in a house so crammed in all my life.every room was brimming with stuff.a bit too much at times.but there was some lovely stuff to be seen.the owner was obviously an animal lover and a collector of die cast cars.they were everywhere.i am not sure of time of abandonment but I would put it down to 2001 to 2005 with the stuff laying around and the old Nokia phones everywhere.















































































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    WOW! What a find. Absolute gem. Love the photos and how you've captured the whole place. Love it.

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    You wasn't exaggerating when you said the place was crammed and brimming with stuff!!! Looks like a storage house for a Charity Shop! The mind boggles with these types of properties when so much possessions are just left. An intriguing find and, as usual, superbly photographed. Nice one Mikey

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    What a strange place, nicely captured :)

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    This place is an absolute treasure trove. Apart from the one or two rare dinky models to the porcelain. Like - "Wow"
    When the going gets tough - the tough get going.

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    Absolutely fantastic another brilliant post

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    Great images (and processing) there, you'd expect the owners to pop back again, thanx for sharing.

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    There's some nice pieces in your pics, when you said it was crammed you weren't joking, I hope you nailed it up tight when you left, Thanks
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    What a fantastic treasure trove and so beautifully captured, my heart hope this place stays as it is , my head says it will get raped and trashed.
    Fantastic find bud

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    Lost for words on that one. As fantastic as it is crushingly sad.

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