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Hippie Alien

UK Crossroads Farm - Bramham/Tadcaster - Sep 2016

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A derelict farmhouse that is currently owned by Leeds University (according to signs on the gate) complete with barns and lots of land. There isn't much documented history regarding the buildings and what they were actually used for (other than living in) and today they are partially hidden by the A1/A64 link road. Rumours are it was partially occupied upto being sold a few years ago and is now back on the market. 


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I'm guessing you had the same idea as us and checked this out after little chef while on the way to other derps :smile:

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2 minutes ago, -Raz- said:

Good stuff! Ran for the hills after setting the alarm off there a couple years ago :-D

 

Haha yea I stuck my head through a hole in the front door to the main house and started hearing beeping, got straight back out when I heard it, but I heard from someone afterwards that the front door is apparently the only alarmed bit in the main house. I still went and finished getting pictures round the back after though and no-one turned up 

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1 hour ago, Hippie Alien said:

 

Haha yea I stuck my head through a hole in the front door to the main house and started hearing beeping, got straight back out when I heard it, but I heard from someone afterwards that the front door is apparently the only alarmed bit in the main house. I still went and finished getting pictures round the back after though and no-one turned up 

I wasn't actually aware there were any when I went must have made you jump! 

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