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    I found this old farm opposite my aunty and uncle's restaurant in Nesscliffe.

    I don't know anything about this farm but i will try and find out what i can.

    The house is looking in a sorry state but has still got a lot of stuff in it. Outside there were a few barns with old stuff in and two Fordson tractors.

    Hope you like the pics




























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    I do indeed like the pics. Rural disintegration is my favourite. :)
    Do it safely, or not at all.

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    Thanks.
    This farm is being taken back by nature for sure.:)

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    Well done :)


    Is the TV it's an Hitachi "F-54G-311"
    Poor thing

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    Is the TV it's an Hitachi "F-54G-311"
    Poor thing [/quote]

    Hmmm, they look kind of the same.

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    Love the close-ups and the pony cart's an incredible find. Good stuff. :)
    "...If we lose our spiritual bond with the land they'll be nothing left of us as a nation..." Phil Rickman.

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    Thanks.

    Thers quite a bit of old machinery type things at the site but most of it is very hard to get to, mainly due to stingers that are as tall as the trees. Lol

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    Some more that I forgot to add a long time ago:






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    Nice OneSt33ly, I enjoyed it, the last pic, it looks like an old horse cart that has been converted to be tractor towed, any more pics or recollections about it would be appreciated, Thanks
    Smiler
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    Quote Originally Posted by smiler View Post
    Nice OneSt33ly, I enjoyed it, the last pic, it looks like an old horse cart that has been converted to be tractor towed, any more pics or recollections about it would be appreciated, Thanks
    Cheers :)
    I have more pics that I can put up as soon as ive edited them.

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