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Thread: Hoarder Style House - Selby - Jun 2017

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    Default Hoarder Style House - Selby - Jun 2017


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    Not much is known except the old lady died 3 years ago and her son lives in America and cant be reached to come and sort out the property. So sad but in lovely condition with some gorgeous natural decay.

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    Just a mad woman with a love for exploring :D

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    lovely, its these places that remind many of us that our possessions will be around much longer than we will :)
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    Always a bit sad these places, a life gone,and ten bobs worth of tat left behind, Nicely photographed HA, Thanks
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    A nice find and nicely photographed. A shame that the house is left like this as I spotted a few items of value. I think the chutney would be out of date by now. But my favourite item is the cabinet full of books, very nice. I hope you closed the cabinet doors to keep out the dust before you left.
    When the going gets tough - the tough get going.

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    That is a really beautiful set of pics. You have captured that really well. Great work!

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    Very nice Miss Alien, love the opening shot.

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    So much stuff left behind. Great pics!

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    I noticed from the remote they have they same video as me.

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    A great set of images...loving the 2nd shot...nice find

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    awesome find, love old places like this, it almost gives you an insight of how they lived.
    nice to see its not been trashed.

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