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    Default Cut "n" blow farmhouse


    Whilst travelling up to Scotland for the girlfriends birthday I stopped at this place.it was either one big farm or two smaller ones.it was on both sides of the roads.each side had a farm house to it.one I could not acsess but I could the second bigger one.there was more out buildings on the closed house side.some with some very dodgy floors.plus it had rained hard just before I got there.so scrambling through the overgrowth made me very wet..the house was quite messy.but lots of nice bits to photograph.it was like two houses together.with what seemed like a seperate one on the side.but it was joined inside.





















































    The outbuildings























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    I liked that Mikey, lots of bits n pieces in the house and outbuildings, I can feel myself going green again
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    Quote Originally Posted by smiler View Post
    I liked that Mikey, lots of bits n pieces in the house and outbuildings, I can feel myself going green again
    thank you smiler.i do love out buildings they have so much character..i did take a selfie under the hair thing
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    That's quite a large house but in not bad condition. But 49 pence for an Airfix model must have been an old one. The outhouses look very old.
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    A great find Mikey! Lovely photos; love that attic shot.

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    Inspirational photography. Spot on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubex View Post
    A great find Mikey! Lovely photos; love that attic shot.
    The attic was certainly my favourite room
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    Excellently shot I do love that fireplace, an the bedroom shot is brill!
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    Bloody hell, you do come across some belters mate. Another cracker :)

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