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Thread: Iranian Consulate, Altrincham - March 08

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    Default Re: Iranian Consulate, Altrincham - March 08


    Great place to find. Looks like a timewarp inside with that 80's kitchen and old t.v's.. Great Photo's chaps


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    Default Re: Iranian Consulate, Altrincham - March 08


    Werent there a shooting or something outside it?? brilliant pics though mate... top job?
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    Default Re: Iranian Consulate, Altrincham - March 08


    Nice place - looks liveable still too! Looks historic too.

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    Default Re: Iranian Consulate, Altrincham - March 08


    I'd absolutely love to visit here, if it's in Altrincham thats right on my doorstep too! Just looking at this one gives me the creeps though, it looks like somebody is still living here, you can almost imagine somebody being there watching you.

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    would be a total shame to see that place rot away like so many others,
    lets hope the national trust DO own it and hopefully it can be saved!

    top explore!!!!!!
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    Default Re: Iranian Consulate, Altrincham - March 08


    Look like a great place. did you see the cheap 20 b&q door with the label still on the edge next to the fireplace. why would hang a door that crap next to a fireplace like that? some people. The 1970's kicthen is great too lol ;)

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    Default Re: Iranian Consulate, Altrincham - March 08


    Quote Originally Posted by halo iz da shiz View Post
    if it's in Altrincham thats right on my doorstep too!
    erm, it says in the title its in Altrincham, so i guess it's in Altrincham. :p ;) ll Welcome to derelict Places btw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smileysal View Post
    erm, it says in the title its in Altrincham, so i guess it's in Altrincham. :p ;) ll Welcome to derelict Places btw.

    :) Sal
    Technically its either Bowdon or Dunham massey sal, dependent on whether you go by nearest village or local council ward, the nearest town however is altrincham.

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    Cheers R1, ;)

    :) Sal
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