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One day short of a whole year since my last explore and I finally got my exploring boots on again and visited this old house which is cram packed full of stuff, so much so its actually hard to get around inside. 

 

Whoever owned the place must have been an avid car enthusiast as there are loads of old cars out the back. They look to have been untouched for years, they are well rotten and heavily overgrown. Its a real shame they ended up like this as there are a few classics amongst them.

 

Here are a few pictures. Mostly of the cars, I didn’t spend too much time in the house as to be honest I’m not too keen on rummaging through stuff in derp houses.

 

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Nice place. These old cars are great, even if it is a shame that them rot.

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