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    The Barry family built this manor house in the 16th century. It has an E-shaped plan with gabled wings and a battlemented central porch.In it's Elizabethan form it remained unaltered until the 19th century but by 1809 it was in a neglected state. In the 1880s the house was divided into two tenements but in 1887 it was gutted by fire. It has never been restored and remains an ivy-clad ruin with a sheep crap carpet. (Abridged Wikipedia)

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    Few more here....https://www.flickr.com/photos/infrar...57703702235994
    Thanks for looking.

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    Very nice, loving your 4th pic particularly!
    What the hell am I doing, I mean really at my age!

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    There are old maps of Newcastle and the surrounding area. Back when this building was built, only a handful owned the land surrounding the city here - I'll bet they looked just like the house in these buildings. In full colour that is!

    I kinda like the feel of the images here. Works well with the old building. Would definitely make for a dramatic framed photo on a wall.
    Could you tell me a little about your camera please??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sausage View Post
    There are old maps of Newcastle and the surrounding area. Back when this building was built, only a handful owned the land surrounding the city here - I'll bet they looked just like the house in these buildings. In full colour that is!

    I kinda like the feel of the images here. Works well with the old building. Would definitely make for a dramatic framed photo on a wall.
    Could you tell me a little about your camera please??
    It's south west of Oxford ..... The camera is an infra red 680nm converted Nikon D80 bought off e-bay
    Live and let live

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    Every time I see one of your reports it makes me want to dig out my old D90 and get it converted.

    Love it, cheers!

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    Beautiful as always.nice to see more off the infrared pics
    I like to go where others fear to tread.

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    Perfect location for some IR photography, beautiful.

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    Always nice to see your reports
    Stunning photos, as always
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