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UK Twenty Foot Farm, Lincolnshire - March 2016

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Twenty Foot Farm

 

The Explore

 

Visited with @Urbexbandoned on a chilly March morning. Thanks to @Mikeymutt for the location of a place that I'd probably driven past a few hundred times when I lived nearby and an classic example of me not keeping my eyes open when I should've done. This place confused me a little bit. The family who ran their pork/bacon business from here are supposed to have only moved premises to another location in Lincolnshire, so i'm unsure as to why they left such a large property full of furniture and stuff empty and falling into dereliction. Anyway, glad they did and I walked away from the place dreaming about renovating the place and living there...

 

The History

 (Stolen as per)

 

Not a lot of history to be found online about this place but the residents were well known within the area and their family dates back to the 1800's. This was once a thriving farm. Producing Pigs for Bacon as well as other fresh produce.

 

The Pictures

 

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As always, thanks for looking and feedback always appreciated :thumb 

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That's a smart looking place. When you see these kind of places makes you wonder why people just up and leave and what a story these places could tell. Like you say you just don't take notice what's on your doorstep.

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Thanks everyone :thumb Apologies for missing the replies to this whole thread :?

 

I've heard the place has had a bit of a "clearout" recently unfortunately. More recent reports i've seen showing the result of sticky fingers :o

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