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Thread: Clypse Lodge, Isle of Man - December 2018

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    Default Clypse Lodge, Isle of Man - December 2018


    A little one I did at the end of last year.

    This must have been a beautiful home once, but sadly damp has taken over. I don't know much about the history, but before its abandonment, it was owned by a local water authority in relation to the nearby reservoir of the same name.



















    More pictures at https://www.forgottenisle.com/p186416074

    "You can't just wander onto other peoples property, you're not in the bloody famous five!"
    Forgotten Isle

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    That's decent find, lovely set of pics, Thanks
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