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    This was a barrel of fun... Remind me never again to go searching for somewhere that you only have the vaguest idea of where it actually is beforehand. Spending nearly an hour tromping through snowy undergrowth is not particularly fun. Eventually however me and Landie Man managed to find what we had been looking for, and it turned out we'd been looking at it from a distance thinking it was an inhabited house for at least fifteen of those minutes.

    I mainly wanted to go here for the few old cars dotted around in my continued efforts to document car graveyards, I knew the house was almost a total no-go due to massive water damage and no stairs but I had a nose anyway and nearly wished I didn't as the entire house stunk of manure. It wasn't very pleasant as you'd expect and there wasn't much to see in there that wasn't totally ruined other than a cool rusted Aga and some paperwork which gave the date of abandonment at around 1993.



























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    That's pretty grim that Mook. P.S. re car graveyards...you been to that famous one in Southern Belgium?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HughieD View Post
    That's pretty grim that Mook. P.S. re car graveyards...you been to that famous one in Southern Belgium?

    Nope, it was cleared around a decade ago now so before I managed to get out there for the first time sadly.
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    Liked the bicycle shot
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    Quote Originally Posted by smiler View Post
    Liked the bicycle shot
    Was gonna say the same!

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    Interesting little graveyard there.

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    Bike shot is cool
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    love car graveyards, i don't have as much luck finding them as you mookster

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