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    An old report i've had for some time.

    After finding out that there was a big hole in the wall which I must have missed, it turns out to have been a recent collapse from my last visit. I got inside and although it was decent, it wasn't enough, there's more stuff on the other side but it's totally not worth the risk getting to. Excuse my lower than average quality pictures.

    The inside tells another tale of a lonely old hoarder.

    Potters Cottage by dauntless - UE, on Flickr

    Potters Cottage by dauntless - UE, on Flickr

    Potters Cottage by dauntless - UE, on Flickr

    Potters Cottage by dauntless - UE, on Flickr

    Potters Cottage by dauntless - UE, on Flickr

    Potters Cottage by dauntless - UE, on Flickr

    Potters Cottage by dauntless - UE, on Flickr

    Potters Cottage by dauntless - UE, on Flickr

    Potters Cottage by dauntless - UE, on Flickr



    Potters Cottage by dauntless - UE, on Flickr

    Potters Cottage by
    dauntless - UE, on Flickr

    Potters Cottage by dauntless - UE, on Flickr

    Potters Cottage by dauntless - UE, on Flickr

    Thanks for looking.

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    Glad you went back.certainly worth it ain't it
    I like to go where others fear to tread.

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    Nice, I would still be there, Thanks loop
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    Have to say I scrambled upstairs and wished I didn't, I may have had to call Mikey to rescue me as he had not long left haha, lovely set of images mate, glad you went back like I told Mikey too!
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    Thanks for the comments, I gave up after I saw the state of the stairs.

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    I'd go there just to see the rat

    I do like a good hoarders place but tricky to photograph, well captured that!
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