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    Explored this one with Hughie on a fine sunny spring day.
    Great to meet you chap :)

    Haven’t been able to explore much this year, as broke my toe over Christmas!
    I have also been planning a big project – a roadtrip to remote territories aborad, which has taken up a bit of time. And with other life commitments, I have only recently been able to get out for a few exploring jaunts, but it was great to get back out again.

    This was an interesting place, left to rack and ruin.
    Later on, went with Frizman to look at a couple of other leads; some fruitful, some not so. Finished the day with a pint, and a take away curry, what more could you ask for on a spontaneous trip out.



    The manor was built around 1819, and had a big fire in 1906. The manor was rebuilt & restored. This has been known as the stables or coach house, but is a part of the manor that was not demolished after the fire.






















    The loo




    And finally, came across this in the grounds

    thanks for looking
    Black cat exploring company
    & LSD - Leicester Super Derpers

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    Beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krela View Post
    Beautiful.
    Cheers Krela :)
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    Pleasure was mine mate. Cracking set of this newly discovered little gem.

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    lovely stuff Wombat, nice photos

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    Quote Originally Posted by HughieD View Post
    Pleasure was mine mate. Cracking set of this newly discovered little gem.
    Cheers Hughie :)
    Look forward to exploring with you again
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    Quote Originally Posted by jsp77 View Post
    lovely stuff Wombat, nice photos
    Cheers JSP
    Look forward to some more beers & drains with you sometime :D
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    Nice set of shots mate.I enjoyed my visit here.been meaning to go for ages
    I like to go where others fear to tread.

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