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This was another stop on the Wales tour we did with @GK_WAX and @dangle_angle and dylan.afrer the early start this was the first stop of the day where we met dylan. This big old house is in a amazing location.there isn't any history on this place is simply a abandoned house and has been named AR house I presume because of the trunk in the hallway with the AR initials on it. So if anyone does have a name or more info then please tell me.the place is in a bit of a state.but does have a nice waterfall running alongside it. So here's a few photos I took..

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Great find! I must check it out soon.

And yes, great location. I go near there quite often to watch/photograph the jets practice low flying in the Mach loop. Here's a pic looking down the valley towards the lake (minus a jet!).

 

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