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  1. Evening all, Last place we visited in November's tour of Italy was this place. Not sure on the history but it was a dark, rainy morning and had to be accessed early doors due to the built up neighbourhood. Nothing else really to add but the photos. Still got some more to process but this is pretty much what I wanted to share for now. #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 #10 #11 #12 #13 Thanks for looking in.
  2. This was the third location on our list with the second I didn't feel worth a report. Second time here but wanted to show the other two. I found a little more history on this place as its now up for auction and will be sold on the 25th Feb with the guide price of 30/35 grand. (With no vehicle access) as well as the house there looks to be what was abuilding and now just 4 walls next door. This was the old school itself and I wonder it the bell at the front door was the bell for start and finish the school day, or as the last fella who lived there liked sailing, it could have come from a old ship. I will leave it to you to make up your mind. With the place being sold the access was harder and the upstairs rooms were tapped off, we didn't go into the rooms as I had already said to the both of them you could look up downstairs and see through the celling. As this was my second visit, I didn't take that many. https://www.flickr.com/photos/cunningplan/sets/72157650437638838/ That's all from me
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