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Thread: Abandoned House, Middle of feild, Exeter, Dec 08

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    Default Abandoned House, Middle of feild, Exeter, Dec 08


    Our second explore of the day and a little gem this one. My fave of today. Middle of a field with no proper driveway.

    Went with Scotty.

    This seems to have been used for a while as a storage barn but as you can see the building is 'house like'.

    I shot all of mine with 35mm SLR for a nice change.











    Shears by the looks, or used for torture.....


    Loved these




    Over to you Scotty....

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    There is loads of boots and fans in there as well.

    some nice little touches.

    here is my pics.









    Nothing to see here, Move along!

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    Very nice pictures, like the old bottles

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    That's great. I love that random bit of fork on the wall and the long table. Nice find. :)
    "...If we lose our spiritual bond with the land they'll be nothing left of us as a nation..." Phil Rickman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxylady View Post
    That's great. I love that random bit of fork on the wall and the long table. Nice find. :)
    we thought you might like it. :)
    Nothing to see here, Move along!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scotty View Post
    we thought you might like it. :)
    "...If we lose our spiritual bond with the land they'll be nothing left of us as a nation..." Phil Rickman.

    I can't read and I can't write, but that don't really matter,
    I come from the west country and I can drive a tractor.


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    Strange tiled room! And potential killing/torture impliments!!! :unsure:
    Do it safely, or not at all.

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    Nice find & great shots,
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    That's really nice, I like it.

    Something a bit odd about the architecture though; it looks a bit like expansion era mock Georgian RAF? Is there any military connection, or is it just a coincidence? The tiled bit kind of says military to me as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seahorse View Post
    Strange tiled room! And potential killing/torture impliments!!! :unsure:
    Lol!

    Saying that though it does look quite industrial. Those chimneys would put any factory to shame. I'm gona guess here (bet I get shot down!) but it looks like an old repeater station?

    I love the way some folk leave vetinarian stuff lying round. I once entered into a disused piggery as a kid and the piles of syringes left lying with stuff in them was unreal.

    Good find. :)

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