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    Default 3 Random old houses - Holmfirth - Dec 2016


    No name or history to be found on these three oddities. All we could tell is that it might have been part of a very old farm as there was a barn on the grounds and there were chemical barrels all over the place. Quite a death trap though this one as its far gone to wreck and ruin. Some interesting rooms full of vines coming through windows though.

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    Very nice.I like these a lot.full of character.and you can't beat a good death trap ha ha
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    Wow, love this! What a gem - great find and pics Hippie Alien :)

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    Very nice. I did notice the huge oak beams and the door.
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    Some lovely shots there. I love all the ivy coming through the windows. great stuff, thanks for sharing.

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    You've found a little gem there HA, I loved it, Many Thanks
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    Pretty good stuff. Thanks for posting.

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    I like that a lot, thanks!

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    Loved every second of viewing that, Thank you very much

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    Superb stuff. Particularly liked the Watson's Matchless Cleaner box.

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