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  1. Visited with a mate one night last week, bit of a rushed visit. Photos not great as my main touch ran out as soon as got there and left the spare batteries at home, so using my back up light and most photos took one handed so little blurry but wanted to share anyway. Will prob do a revisit as 2 mins from my flat. Couldn't find much info on it but this is little bit I did find - Public house. Dated on rainwater head, 1904. Brick with stone dressings, rendering and half timbering, combined for maximum picturesque effect. Plain tile roof. Hearty blend of late medieval and Baroque features in a typically exhuberant Edwardian fashion. Three storeys and attics with two-storey wing to Deanery Way. Corner entrance and four-bay elevation, two-window return. Semicircular entrance porch surmounted by tower. Full-height pilasters marking the angles of the two elevations. Half-timbered tower above the entrance with bands of mullioned and transomed windows in two storeys, and rendered upper storey with oculus in cartouche; projecting domed cap. Elevation to main road comprises three gables, that to the right having decorative framing and overshadowing the pair to the left. Paired segmental-arched windows to ground floor with heavy voussoirs divided by corbel carrying upper oriel window. Other windows on first and second floors are mullioned lights with small pane sashes of original design. Jettied upper storeys are timbered with close studding and quatrefoil panelling in apex of gable. Stone dressings to windows in brick storeys, timber mullions above. Return to Deanery Way comprises two gables divided by a chimney breast. Each gable has segmental-arched window with stone voussoirs in brick lower storey, and mullioned sash windows in rendered upper storeys. Half-timbered jettied attic gables with mullioned windows in upper storeys. Stone pilaster at one side supports jettying of left hand gable. Lower wing beyond has high central entrance with segmental pediment, and flanking sash windows. Similar very tall sash windows with brick dressings in rendered upper storey. Decorative railings and rainwater furniture.
  2. All credit for finding this goes to my friend I made shortly before my trip out, we decided to meet up and explore together and at some point along the way he mentioned he had spotted an until this point unexplored mansion whilst heading to a pet store (or something like that). So with the skies grey and the afternoon ending we headed off to have a look and see what we could find. Sure enough, there was the mansion alright - and with no idea of what level of security it had, whether we would be spotted by the neighbours due to it being in quite a residential area full of similarly large houses with owners probably no stranger to calling the police over suspicious activity (this area being a stones throw away from a real bad area of town) it was sure to be an interesting one as neither of us had any idea what to expect when we got in. It turned out to be way better than either of us expected with an extremely cool assymetrical staircase going up the three floors to the attic. It had a very odd feel because walking into the ground floor there was the distinct smell of fresh paint but in other areas the 'new' paint had peeled and cracked, and brand new plasterboard had fallen from the ceiling where water had gotten in. And the attic was covered in crappy tags. At an educated guess, the house had begun to be done up before the winter set in, they had repainted and re-plasterboarded up to the attic but then winter came and screwed everything up. So will it remain empty once the spring sets in? I don't know. Thanks for looking, more here https://www.flickr.com/photos/mookie427/sets/72157651102524727/
  3. 1. TheWhiteMadame01 von MiaroDigital auf Flickr 2. TheWhiteMadame02 von MiaroDigital auf Flickr 3. TheWhiteMadame03 von MiaroDigital auf Flickr 4. TheWhiteMadame04 von MiaroDigital auf Flickr 5. TheWhiteMadame05 von MiaroDigital auf Flickr 6. TheWhiteMadame06 von MiaroDigital auf Flickr 7. TheWhiteMadame07 von MiaroDigital auf Flickr 8. TheWhiteMadame08 von MiaroDigital auf Flickr 9. TheWhiteMadame09 von MiaroDigital auf Flickr 10. TheWhiteMadame10 von MiaroDigital auf Flickr 11. TheWhiteMadame11 von MiaroDigital auf Flickr 12. TheWhiteMadame12 von MiaroDigital auf Flickr 13. TheWhiteMadame13 von MiaroDigital auf Flickr
  4. So I visited this site back in January. The secca let us look around and take some external shots of the building.
  5. Here is a local farm house that is right down the road from where I live. Sorry the pictures are small I took the before I got a real camera. I will be going back soon and taking new pictures. After the pictures check out a music video by the band Nathaniel White and a Link so you can see how the got there name and some info behind the house you see standing along RT17 in Goshen NY. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-N-sOaU2W-M History and behind the name. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nathaniel_White
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