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I don't do often small houses but due to my interest in radio,was this a nice location. It's been abandoned for several years. There is a big collection of radio's there with some that deserve a restoration.

The house next to it is not abandoned and the neighbours were at home so i could here some noises .So being quite and not making to much noise was needed.

 

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like sprewells on a wheelchair
31944688597_0f44658340_b.jpgIMG_3879-HDR-Edit by Bart Hamradio, on Flickr
2 are you lonesome tonight
46886175631_f601679493_b.jpgIMG_3894-HDR-Edit by Bart Hamradio, on Flickr
3 lucid dreams
31944691717_b08d79e3b8_b.jpgIMG_3834-HDR-Edit by Bart Hamradio, on Flickr
4 video killed the radio star
46886179341_a11e77b248_b.jpgIMG_3827 by Bart Hamradio, on Flickr
5 the white shoes
31944690187_af39c6a7ab_b.jpgIMG_3862-HDR by Bart Hamradio, on Flickr
6 birdcage
46886178071_a7a98df33a_b.jpgIMG_3846-Edit by Bart Hamradio, on Flickr
7 I can't live in a living room
46886176691_3c97287061_b.jpgIMG_3873-Edit by Bart Hamradio, on Flickr

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Looks cool. Fortunately, you haven't been caught. I've heard that last year there was some trouble with the neighbors and the police.

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TNX. There are indeedsome nice radio's  (begin 1950) thatare worth restoring. And I also heard the stories about the neighbours  so i needed to be as quite as possible and try not to bump my tripod or let the stairs make to much noise.

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Lovely report! You've got some really nice photos there. Good thing you didn't bump into the owner, apparently he locks people in and calls the police, nightmare ?

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Thanks  for the responses .I do appreciate it. I hope he doesn't live next door then. But luckily no encounters that day. 

 

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