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    so this house is in the middle of no where hence the name and has a river right by it and the best thing about this explore is that its on a public footpath. This house really surprised because it still had a lot of items and everything in the kitchen is still pretty much there such as the old school cooker the fridge and the skint the upstairs was probably the best part with beds and cupboard and so much more i need a re visit as all my photos are blurred upstairs bar from one so a revisit will be on the cards nice to see gems like this that are local.

    Isolation house by kurt roberts, on Flickr



    Isolation house by kurt roberts, on Flickr

    Isolation house by kurt roberts, on Flickr



    Isolation house by kurt roberts, on Flickr




    Isolation house by kurt roberts, on Flickr


    Isolation house by kurt roberts, on Flickr



    Isolation house by kurt roberts, on Flickr



    Isolation house by kurt roberts, on Flickr


    Isolation house by kurt roberts, on Flickr



    Isolation house by kurt roberts, on Flickr



    Isolation house by kurt roberts, on Flickr


    Isolation house by kurt roberts, on Flickr


    Isolation house by kurt roberts, on Flickr




    Isolation house by kurt roberts, on Flickr



    Isolation house by kurt roberts, on Flickr

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    Fascinating find Sureshank, liked the shot of the skate, Thanks
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    Some lovely decaying and rusting bits left behind, looks an good explore!

    You mentioned a revisit, I'm glad its not just me that needs these too lol

    Just wondering, as you said all your shots were blurred bar one, have you got your lens image stabilisation on by any chance? Turn it off if your using a tripod, Ive met a lot of folks who forget to.
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    Lovely stuff Sureshank!

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    That's a nice little house mate.i love revisits.some places I have gone back to loads mainly local ones though.hope you do go back
    I like to go where others fear to tread.

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    Glad you went mate, and glad you enjoyed it :) it has a lovely charm but that bridge is rather sketchy haha
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    [QUOTE=smiler;34577liked the shot of the skate, Thanks[/QUOTE]

    And a rather expensive pair back in their day. One always lusted after a pair with the metal toe clips - even if the key did go missing occasionally! Much better than the normal leather toe strap versions.

    Very nice set of images. Takes me back to my childhood with the mangle and what I presume to be a juicer/grinder/mincer of some sort - although mother's had a more squarish body with a 'spout' on the side and the feed hopper on the top. She used to juice apples to make cider in those days, I was only allowed to drink the fresh juice - never the old. Which I now know was the more potent and better tasting!

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