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  1. Hi Mikey, I found your photographs on Derelict places! Love your photographs, was wondering If it was possible to get an address for a location that you posted called 'Georgian stable block and walled garden, Norfolk' thanks!

    1. hamtagger

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      Condolences that you've stumbled upon derelict places @livharrould. You're probably not going to get an 'address' for a location by joining a forum and asking directly without contributing to the forum itself. Please post some reports and interact with the members. It'd be nice to see some of your locations :) 

  2. visited this one early morning.was not expecting great things from this place turns out it was one of the nicest houses I have been too.the place was a bit different to what I am normally use to with stuff from the sixties to the eighties.it had a real vibrant feel to the place,but the same smell and feel as any other derp.
  3. Thank you all.will certainly try to get some more posts up soon
  4. Visited this old house a few months back.from the outside it just looks like a very small run down derelict cottage.but once inside its like a little time warp.nothing had been touched for a very long time.the pictures still hung on the wall.cobwebs everywhere.the place was a nightmare to shoot and very dark and dingy in most rooms
  5. Great pics there.I never forget when I spotted this place and went in.I was well pleased.nothing had been touched.so glad you liked it
  6. Thank you.I did find a couple I can post one
  7. Great post and great re edits.sadly I just started as this was going
  8. My friend told me about this outdoor pool hidden in the woods and showed me a few pics.i just knew I had to see this.always one for something unusual and different.fast forward a few months and I was travelling back from my last trip to Scotland.i popped in on the way home.i took the stroll through the woods and there it was sunken below in the trees.it is in the grounds of a Manor House.i have no idea when it was built.but it's in a state now.the coloumns around the pool use to have statues on them.you can still see the original tiles and hand rails.it sits in a bit of a sun trap.the pool is filled with natural spring water.which has been been filtered off to feed the pool.the water still flows next to the pool.with holes in the concrete everywhere.i would say this pool was for the more well off.i fell in love with this place.the peace and tranquility was lovely.and can imagine it was grand in its hey day. The pool how it was in the sixties How it looks now from above the water filter system. Bathers steps from the changing rooms The deep end steps Pool lights I would guess this was the diving board frame
  9. Whilst out early to get some snaps of the Norfolk broads I was travelling home and the sun was still low and frost glistening.so I took a diversion to see this small collection of vehicles.hid from sight in a clump of trees there is a small rselection here.my favourite being the series one landie..been waiting for this time of year to visit here for the overgrowth to die back.
  10. Whilst on a trip to Scotland.me and missy visited this old church.cant find any history on it.but it is defiantly very decayed now.just a "T" shaped main room.and a little extension out back for making tea and a toilet.the light and colours in here were lovely.with some beautiful light coming through.the church floor was littered in bird crap and lots of dead crows.surprisingly not pigeons as there usually is..the tower steps were collapsed in so no getting up there sadly.
  11. As easy as thst ha ha thanks mate u will know in the future ☺
  12. Thanks guys was not sure how to tag sime.
  13. Thanks to sime for the tip off on this place.visited this with a few friends.we hit it early on a wet and grey morning.it was a bit of a trek up a very muddy path.i slipped over twice.and was filthy.but it was worth it.you could only get in one train there.but it was lovely and reminded me off the derelict orient express in Belgium.it was nice to wander around the outside too with all the bits and bobs laying about.
  14. Been to this house twice now..and I love it.I love that living room.you got some really nice shots from here urbexabandoned.captured it really well.and I know what you mean about wallpaper.I have been a few houses now.and witnessed some real funky ones..but after doing a tour of the west Country at the weekend I have seen the most hideous and colourful paint and wallpaper scheme..nice to see you doing a house ☺
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