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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikeymutt View Post
    Sadly I heard the cars were all dragged out of the trees and not in a kindly fashion either and taken away
    They were indeed, about a month ago :(

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    Brilliant, and even a genuine Hammond organ - could have been some proper old school rockers in resident!

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    Quote Originally Posted by robski123 View Post
    Brilliant, and even a genuine Hammond organ - could have been some proper old school rockers in resident!
    Sadly no; just an infirm old gent surrounded by his hobby. Even if you did not know who lived here, the bathroom image tells one all that needs to be known about his frailty in latter years. Actually these images record a sad story that we see all too often in this hobby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirus_Strictus View Post
    Sadly no; just an infirm old gent surrounded by his hobby. Even if you did not know who lived here, the bathroom image tells one all that needs to be known about his frailty in latter years. Actually these images record a sad story that we see all too often in this hobby.
    Sadly you are spot on most of these houses have not been #abandoned for no read.obviously a few for financial reasons but the majority is due to i am almost certain is no family.its when you are in one you feel the real feel of the place and get a bit of a feel of who lived there
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    [QUOTE=Mikeymutt;348599]Sadly you are spot on most of these houses have not been #abandoned for no read.obviously a few for financial reasons but the majority is due to i am almost certain is no family.its when you are in one you feel the real feel of the place and get a bit of a feel of who lived there[/QUOTE

    I agree, Its the bits and pieces, the photographs, that gives you an insight to the folk that occupied the dwelling.
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