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UK Sugden Construction Developments Ltd, Sowerby Bridge - April 2016

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No idea on any history of the place and to be totally honest I'm not even sure it belonged to the aforementioned place I'm just going off the sign I found inside. There are signs of construction equipment throughout the house, ladders, tools etc some older than others. Maybe whoever owns/owned the property was mid renovation? It definitely didn’t look like its seen people inside for a long time as everything was covered in layers of dust and rather rotten - this is the first time my foot has gone through a floorboard!

 

Spotted by Birdman Whistle on the way to the local chippy we returned the following day not expecting much. One thing however caught my attention, amongst the random assortment of paperwork were a few old newspaper articles, one about decimal money and the other about the murder of my mums uncle back in 1972 which was an odd find.


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Thanks for looking.

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On 4/8/2016 at 5:10 PM, jones-y-gog said:

Maybe its just me but seems odd to see a pram in there?!

It was odd, it was amongst ladders, scaffolding and wheelbarrows! 

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