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    Visited this old house last year after a tip off from a friend who lost his cat, he went looking for it and stumbled upon this old house. I have been a few old hoarders houses, but nothing quite like this one. It was a case of climbing over a mountain of stuff to move about. It has been abandoned quite a few years by the state of it. The occupants obviously liked a bit of camera work, as lots of old cameras dotted about. In the garden are some nice cars and bikes, including several old ladas.











































































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    wow what a place where is this located please would love to look around at it

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    Some of those could still be salvageable, the red one for sure; would be a big job though!

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    a few good parts still on that 2 door mk2 cortina.
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    C176BNG was last taxed on 1 July 1998.

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    A nice set of photos. A lot of retro items left behind. Apart from the cameras a nice Ricoh and the instamatics but I wonder if there's any life left in the Grandstand arcade game. The same for the projector. A nice find.
    When the going gets tough - the tough get going.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ocelot397 View Post
    Some of those could still be salvageable, the red one for sure; would be a big job though!
    The floor pan is completely rotted through, which is why it ended up in this ecological nightmare. Now there is no one to clear up the place sadly.

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    Not much left of that fiat 131.

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    This place looks wonderful! What a treasure trove of a life left behind. Seeing those cars like that breaks my heart though; I love old motors and have a very soft spot indeed for Eastern European cars especially.
    If anyone could let me know the right place to start looking on a map to track this place down, I'd love to see how things are looking there now!

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