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The T.V. Repair Shop 2011

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I have a good explore mate (who's name I won't mention) who once gave me some stick for exploring derelict houses, so with this post I can actually stick two fingers up at him, because if I hadn't bothered to go up and push the door of this normal looking derelict 3 story house then I never would have found the gold mine that lay behind the boarded up windows.

I can only think it was a TV repair shop at one time, the newest stuff I could find inside dated from about the mid to late 80's.

Sorry it's a bit pic heavy and please please don't PM me asking where it is, because after poor Mooksters Hoarders House fiasco I will not be spilling the beans :(

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I really felt like writing makes and models down and doing some research, but there was just too much stuff.

The stuff that I haven't even photographed was unbelievable.

Suitcases of personal items, school photos, etc.........

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I really felt like writing makes and models down and doing some research, but there was just too much stuff.

The stuff that I haven't even photographed was unbelievable.

Suitcases of personal items, school photos, etc.........

I can imagine. My parents used to have a phillips TV very much like one of the ones standing on its side in one of the pics, brings back memories that does, was our first colour TV in about 1986 - I was 5 and remember it being delivered.

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Ah nelly its class mate one best kept to yer self ,and after certain recent stuff going on ,who could blame yer!! :cool2:

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