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    Default Re-visit to the OLD farmhouse properties part 1


    Good Evening..
    After a long break from urbexing due to having children, the crew and I went on a visit to our local hotspot..
    From bits of research these properties were shwoing on the 1878 ordnance survery.It was good to revisit them as our last time was in 2013 along with the great cunningplan!
    So here is the first property, the old farmhouse. I didnt venture in very far as this building is super dangerous...
    Please note none of us are photographers, these pics were taken on my iphone and point and shoot camera..

    Across the yard
    march 2017 111 by Mrs Bear, on Flickr

    More to the right of the building..
    march 2017 121 by Mrs Bear, on Flickr

    The rear of the house..
    100_2209 by Mrs Bear, on Flickr

    Panning right..note the milking shed opposite the gate..
    100_2208 by Mrs Bear, on Flickr

    Since our last trip the little dog cage outhouse roof has dropped.
    march 2017 117 by Mrs Bear, on Flickr

    I love the old ironwork..
    march 2017 118 by Mrs Bear, on Flickr

    More great ironwork
    march 2017 122 by Mrs Bear, on Flickr



    Far left hand room fireplace..
    march 2017 119 by Mrs Bear, on Flickr

    Pointing the camera upwards!
    march 2017 120 by Mrs Bear, on Flickr

    And higher..
    100_2215 by Mrs Bear, on Flickr

    On the far right is the kitchen..
    march 2017 124 by Mrs Bear, on Flickr

    Inside the oven..
    march 2017 128 by Mrs Bear, on Flickr

    The kitchen shelves..
    march 2017 125 by Mrs Bear, on Flickr

    Looking through the kitchen door to the right..
    march 2017 126 by Mrs Bear, on Flickr

    Inside the milking shed across the yard..
    march 2017 116 by Mrs Bear, on Flickr


    A bit of the barn
    march 2017 110 by Mrs Bear, on Flickr

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    Thanks given by: HughieD, jmcjnr, julie h, krela, Mearing, oldscrote, Rubex, thorfrun

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    Nice photographs. Not too bad from a phone.
    When the going gets tough - the tough get going.

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    Thanks, lol I wouldn't be trusted with a decent camera!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ianitter View Post
    Thanks, lol I wouldn't be trusted with a decent camera!
    Why bother when you can produce brilliant images like this with what you've already got? Lovely choice of subject matter and good depth of focus in every one, an object lesson in 'doing it right'. Back in my working days the camera was just another 'tool of the trade', but I sure wish I could have had an iPhone in the jacket pocket - would have saved a lot of hassle!

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