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    Bwylch Farm, November 2019

    Another farmhouse gone to ruins from me. Not much in the way of history, but it was lived in up to around ten years ago.

    The explore was a bit ropey due to proximity to main road (plus where I'd parked), with a potentially unfriendly landowner about.

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    7. The hefty slate cutting block


    8. Stairs of doom...


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    Nice little find that, love the tin bath tub
    What the hell am I doing, I mean really at my age!

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