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a World in Ruins

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Once in a while a house appears that is just something else and this house was one of those. Visited with Ninja Kitten one cold November day. I know a lot of history to this house but will hold it back to protect the house. Giving too much detail of its history along with names would compromise it. The photographs can speak for themselves. A veritable feast of dusty vintage artefacts locked in another time. The bedroom pictured here looked as if it had remained as it was when the very young soldier perished in WW1. An organic museum if ever there was one in existence. A museum to a fallen soldier.

Hope you enjoy :)

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a World in Ruins

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Oh, now this is the kind of house that's interesting! Old and untouched. Fantastic!
Glad you like it Andy, it was quite special!

PS in re-posting after the 1st vsnished over the weekend,  it auto inserted the wrong name, ive given the correct name now of Empire House. ?

 

a World in Ruins

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Not a massive fan of houses, but when it’s old and pretty untouched. Thats a different matter. Yes yes yes. Nicely photographed. 
Thanks Jay it was definitely untouched, pretty much as it was when the last people left. Not often houses have such a feel to them. ☺

Wow lovely photos :)  
Thanks a lot Jane ?☺?

Still a lot of things inside, that's great. I especially like the detail shots.
Thanks Andy, there was certainly a lot in there to photograph, perfect location for me, lots of ancient war stuff to browse through ☺

Oh my word that is absolutely amazing, A true time capsule, a very rare thing indeed!
Very rare indeed mate and hopefully left in peace now for time to take care of ?

 
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