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been on here a while now , time to put up my first report I found this little farmhouse crammed to the ceilings in some rooms , some of the bits date back to the first world war right up to 2008 went back for another visit last week and there was some bloke there clearing the house and burning the contents I think it will take a while for him to finish tho here are my pics , a little pic heavy
We found ourselves nearby this place so thought we would pop in for another look. The place has changed considerably since the last time I was here. All the undergrowth around the house has been cut back and cleared. It looks completely different seeing the house stood there, although for whatever reason I didnâ€™t actually get a shot of it. I didnâ€™t go into the house, I only took shots of the cars and some stuff in the barn. The cars have taken a right beating since they became famous; there are only a couple left that actually have windscreens in them. Visited with Andre Govia, D-Kay, Odin's Raven, Happy Shopper & Me Two Some pictures #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7
Stop number two in the excellent company of Mr Toby, Skanky Pants, Shush and Auntie Pat. A very sad old place, the home of composer Ipolit Motchaloff, his wife and their son who sadly dies at the age of six from Lukhemia. Theres a whole load of documentation covering his diagnosis through to a letter from the doctor confirming his cause of death, all very sobering. An absolute treasure trove of bits and bobs and a great way to spend a few hours looking at the gems in amongst the clutter. Thanks for looking. Mr Motchaloff Mrs Motchaloff and their son A young Ipolit Motchaloff An eagle eyed Shush found this photo of the place as it looked back in the day with a shot from the current state behind.
Hi all, Popped to this place on way back from Pirelli back last September. Quite shocked how much damage had been done there since the last time we popped there. Sad to see every light and window smashed. Dug out the macro for most of these photos but did a few wider shots too. This was looking more like a classic scrapyard rather than a collection of just derelict, abandoned motors in a farm. #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 Thanks for looking in.