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The Explore


Well, I'm a little behind on posting reports, 13 months behind to be exact. Mojo issues mixed with a busy year but generally can't be arsed with the whole thing. Normally this is where I'd write about the explore and what happened etc but I really can't remember much as it was last April and I've slept approximately 387 times since then. I had a quick squiz at @Urbexbandoned's report to jog my memory, to pinch the history, and to view all the items that I myself failed to photograph due to walking around with my eyes closed as normal. Easy derp to have a wander around and I think we had spent the previous few days sleeping in the car near, and inside of, a large hospital down south in Cardiff, then worked our way up to Shropshire and back to Lincoln on a lengthy road trip of derpy delights..



This was once a Dairy Farm, built in 1725 as a Georgian Farmhouse. It's most recent resident was Ellen Jones who died in the 70's. I believe that some of her family also lived there as there are lots of bits of paperwork for a Francis Jones & a gentleman with the same surname.

This farmhouse has more or less a written / photographic story of the residents who once lived there.

Cupboards littered with bread and cake making supplies and ingredients showed the life of a typical farmhouse wife.

Exterior buildings litter the farmhouse, some still being used today with the farmland scattered with cattle.

Set in a beautiful little countryside, I cant help but think this really would have been beautiful in it's day.


The Pictures





















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Little bonus car in the garage in the grounds..








As always thanks for looking and feedback always appreciated :thumb 


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On 06/05/2017 at 11:54 AM, Urbexbandoned said:

Nice to see you have remembered how to post a report haha! 

Love 9 & 10, that's the room where the queens velvet was :) 







Thank you T, I had to refer to my own guide on how to post a report it's been so long :D @Urbexbandoned


On 06/05/2017 at 11:58 AM, Lenston said:

Pretty cool these Trev :)


Cheers Lee mate :thumb @Lenston


14 hours ago, Dubbed Navigator said:

Thats pretty darn awesome that, derpaz0id and a half!


Thanks Steve mate :thumb Was damn derpy indeed but quite a few nice bits left to photograph :)  @Dubbed Navigator


3 hours ago, klempner69 said:

What a lovely looking building..thanks for sharing this one..nicely shot too.


Thanks buddy, glad you like it :)  @klempner69

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On 10/05/2017 at 2:58 PM, Ferox said:

Nice report that HT. Some great decay and bits left to see :thumb


Thanks bud @Ferox :) Yeah it was alright this place, plenty of 'stuff' lying around to photograph. How are you doing mate? It's been a lonnngg time 


On 14/05/2017 at 10:18 PM, Andy said:

That's really nice, I especially like the pics 7, 8 & 14.


Thanks @Andy glad you liked it :thumb 


On 28/05/2017 at 1:47 AM, coolboyslim said:

Some great shots there m8ty. Great post


Cheers @coolboyslim M88888ty :D Cool wee place with that bonus car in the grounds too :) 

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7 hours ago, Gothicangel said:

So sad to see this place just left to rot.


Yeah I know, but it keeps us lot busy :D 

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