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Thread: Black Tiles August 2017

  1. #1
    Join Date
    April 2017

    Default Black Tiles August 2017

    The History

    From what I've gathered this place belonged to an old man who lived here until he died. I found this out as I went here with my sister and she noticed the name on an old letter in the house and it turned out she works with the man's sister. Small world huh?

    The Explore

    It was nice to explore a place that wasn't totally trashed by people probably due to it being a pretty nice area. I was pretty amazed as the size of the place...It even had it's own swimming pool, but as you'll see in the picture it's seen better days!

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    Last edited by lawrence89; 11th Aug 17 at 00:04.

    Thanks given by: ajarb, dauntless - UE, Dhavilland, jsp77, krela, Mearing, Mmps6, prettyvacant71, Rubex, smiler, thorfrun

  3. #2
    Join Date
    October 2010
    Lost in Cornwall


    Worth saving, the summer house is a natural place for mice, I liked it, Thanks

    Thanks given by: Dhavilland, lawrence89

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