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  • Birthday 11/17/1968

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  1. nice to see , still not got round to it either
  2. a lot was cleard out from the inside over the last year, work has been done on the roof too to prevent it getting any worse, hope somthing good is done with the place ,
  3. nice drone shot , it looks tiny from up there
  4. i think it was used to store stuff for a while after closing as there were still cars and vans on the site from time to time , and thanks
  5. The company was established in 1949 , they relocated in 2015 to a more central location and just left the site , there is a small petrol station at the front consisting of two bungalows , one is fairly empty and the other is full of paperwork from the petrol sales , not a huge ammount left in the factory but a fair bit of office stuff laying round and a few work stations , decaying nicely in a few places on with the pics from my visit thanks for looking
  6. love to have a bathtub like that , nice place and pics
  7. thanks all , by the look its not in good shape at all , will need a lot of cash to fix up , it could make a nice tea room or somthing like that
  8. interesting place loads to look through
  9. thanks all , its alwaays nice to hunt out the unusual little places , amazing whats on your doorstep when you look , follys i find interesting and came across this while researching
  10. Built in 1808. Tucked away in the corner of a public garden and in need of repair Apart from a grumpy old boy telling me im not supposed to be here it was a nice little place thanks for looking
  11. built as a folly , the landowner at the time had a limestone quarry and its made from local stone
  12. A small mini stonehenge . built in about 1850 its about 35 feet wide with upright pillars with iron fixings to hold it togeather known localy as the temple thanks for looking
  13. not just me that likes the graff , nice pics
  14. one i enjoy too plenty of trees and growth , probably summer time is best for this type of place thanks
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