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UK Fireplace House - June 2017

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This spot has had two names already, I thought I would make it three :) Great place for a root about this one with some nice items left behind. The entrance hall was my favourite part. I bet it looks awesome in the early morning light. Seen some mad tiles on one of the fireplaces. They seemed to be depicting some dark fairy tales with cool and strange images. The sheds outside of the house where full of stuff as well. It would appear the previous owners where into horses, there was some lovely old certificates from horse events.
Well worth a look this one and I would like to thank Lavino for his help. Cheers mate :thumb Visited with Urblex.

 

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Thanks For Looking :)

 

More pics on my Flickr page - https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/albums/72157682449426574/with/34671131713/

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Beautiful entrance hall with the colorful glass windows in the door.

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18 hours ago, Andy said:

 

Beautiful entrance hall with the colorful glass windows in the door.

 

Thanks Andy :thumb The entrance hall was the highlight for me.

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