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UK The Cottage in the Trees, Moss Valley - April 2019

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Sometimes I love my satnav today it took me a new route to the local cider farm 

rubber necking as i go along i spy a rather dilpidated chimney stack through the trees

have a mooch? well it would be rude not to

Built in 1812 thats all I know some nice stuff 

AND it is untouched by kids or taggers maybe I took its urbex virginity? lol

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That's a lovely look place mate. I like all the bits that you can come across in these type of places. Loads to see in here :thumb

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Unfortunately quite a mess, but still a few nice details.

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Looks like there's still some interesting stuff to look through here

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