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UK Chaos Manor - April 2017

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Had a look at this spot while crossing the country earlier in the year. It has most defiantly seen better days unfortunately. With the water egress it's slowly crumbling anyway now. A bit more of the stairs had collapsed on the ground level, luckily missing the piano. I thought the big rooms on the ground floor was the most interesting part. They must have been very grand in there day. Just as we where getting ready to go a bloke on a quad bike turned up outside of the manor. He first started shouting hello for a bit then started shouting about the house being private property. Eventually he drove off which was our que to get out of there. Due to this I never got any externals. Visited with non member Paul.

 

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Thanks For Looking :thumb

 

More pics on my Flickr page - https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/albums/72157683292083825/with/34002816290/

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Some interesting things there. Seems to have been a nice place in the past.

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