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    Default Teddy Bear House. January 2014


    Visited with Antonymes - After an epic day of fails including being dragged out of an earlier location by 3 er...chaps... who were non to happy of our presence and somewhat beaten by the rain and fails we headed late in the afternoon to our final destination and what a find it turned out to be. After faffing around getting externals, chatting to the animals and sticking our cameras through broken windows an an entry was made and even now i'm not too sure how it was physically possible to do but when you can see through windows at what's inside you'll find a way!
    Quite dark inside as the light was fading fast [roll on summer] so tricky conditions to shoot, Antonymes will no doubt put his bedroom shots on, I was too fascinated by the parrot to shoot upstairs before a rather dramatic ending to the shoot whereby we had to make a very fast exit.
    One of my favourites so far, here goes....

    No history for this place at all sorry.

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    Hope you enjoyed a peak into Teddy Bear House :)
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    Bugger me dude! I knew you said this was nice but this is more than that!

    Awesome shots and outstanding location mate! :)
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    Cracking report there...thanks for posting.
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    Wow that's a bit special!
    Your pics are fab, the donkey one is amusing!
    what a great end to your day...
    ďAnd above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. Those who don't believe in magic will never find it.Ē ― Roald Dahl

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    gobsmacked!! what a find (And again great job of keeping it safe ;) ) great report & photos

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    Oh, what a fun day this was. Still can't believe we got in! :)
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    Ace parrot! amazing report of a time capsule!so much to see.

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    Very, very impressive, definitely one of the best I've seen on the forum. Even better than the baker's cottage ? Thank you very much indeed for this.

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    What a peach this is! My Oxo's are in one of those top tins (bought it in 1990) Superb, thanx :)
    Living in the shadow of my talented other half

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    Thanks guys for the kind words

    Urbex - she was very nice indeed...so much personal stuff but we didn't have that long inside max 2 hours...always great to find a hidden gem once in a while though!

    Tumble 1 - I'm not sure which was the best - think they both had their own charm. maybe Baker's Cottage just wins, or maybe this one.....or both!

    Mr Addams - the oxo tins kept me occupied for ages! Love a retro tin....really I should have been upstairs getting pics up there but atleast Antonymes made it up there!
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