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Oakwood Farm

 

The Explore

 

A farm in Norfolk with a blue toilet which I liked. Good quality mahogany seat which was a bit dusty and the flush was defective. Toilet roll was scratchy on the anus area and dusty too. A farmer and his wife and possibly kids lived here at some point in the past. My guess is the farmer liked cars. There were lots of things to photograph here and from my 1% memory of this 'explore' that room with the wardrobe was pitch black and I called my camera lots of names that day, when in reality it was my inability to use it correctly that was the problem. And I had a poo there, while @Urbexbandoned laughed and photographed me, but that's the norm for pretty much every time we're out exploring.

 

The History

 

A farm in Norfolk where nobody lives anymore. The whole extended family died and it became a derp.

 

The Pictures

 

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2.

Vaseline - Empty...

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3.

Something for the bum grapes

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The dark room which was a twat to photograph..

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7.

"with 3 doors!"

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There was pretty much nothing in this room apart from this old tea box.

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Impactual eeriebex photo showing some kind of past..

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Thanks for having a look and feedback always appreciated :thumb 

 

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:-D I don't think I can remember an explore where you haven't emptied your bowels! Fuck sitting on that toilet though! Your a braver man than me. Hovering is where it's at :thumb 

nice set, was a nice little mooch this :) 

 

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