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Another short report from me, this was my second Urbex excursion so I'm keeping them short to kinda test the waters a bit before I go all out and find bigger places (or at least more interesting ones) with better equipment. I couldn't find anything about the place online but from what I gathered someone was evicted and then burglars came and stripped the place. That's just what I got from the graffiti drawn on by someone who has never attended an English class, although there are a lot of those types around here XD. Anyway, enjoy the pictures! 

 

 

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Thanks for posting! That's great for only your second explore, well covered.

I've made a few changes to your report - I toned down the title a little bit ;) and moved it to the residential category (there are plenty of pics there, no need for it to be in Short Reports). We also like an approximate date in the title - I assumed this was recent so added May 2018, but we can change that if required.

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Sorry to be a stuck in the mud but can you give it a more appropriate title please? 'Fuck you house' or something would be better thanks ?

Oh Andy's already done it! :D

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