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UK Clypse Lodge, Isle of Man - 2018

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Visited with 3 non members not really knowing much about the place other than it looked pretty cool from the outside. Damp and water damage had done a pretty good job on the place but it was still well worth visiting and the start of an amazing day. 

 

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History

Can't really find much on this place but before its abandonment, it was owned by a local water authority in relation to the nearby reservoir of the same name.

 

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these animals were positioned exactly like this when i found them, honest...

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Seems to be lots of farmer related things inside there so perhaps belongs to a farmer rather than the water authority?

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Another cool looking spot mate. I like the last pic, it's look like your sat in a crack den 😃

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On 4/24/2019 at 3:33 PM, The_Raw said:

Seems to be lots of farmer related things inside there so perhaps belongs to a farmer rather than the water authority?

Maybe it did at some point but i know that it was owned by the water authority at some point, thats pretty much all i know about the place but i heard it from a 'local' so it must be true...

 

On 5/6/2019 at 7:59 PM, Ferox said:

Another cool looking spot mate. I like the last pic, it's look like your sat in a crack den 😃

Cheers man yeah it was my mum that first told me about this place, nice little explore to get 'back on the horse'. Haha yeah it does a bit, it would probably make a nice crack den for somebody...

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