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Hello again y'all. Now this one is really special.. After researching a lead, Andy de Kay and I were getting pretty excited about what we could potentially see.

Pretty relaxed explore, however we were threatened to have our cameras smashed up if we didn't delete all our photos.. "Format that camera or i'll format it with a rock!" Well.. good ol' card switcheroo..

Anyway.. SHOTS:

Entrance

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Staircase

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Staircase from the bottom

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Drawing room

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Gold room

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Mid-staircase

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Nice rooms upstairs too

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We found this sat upstairs, perhaps from a previous redevelopment scheme

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Another random old picture to the right

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Mural room

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Main corridor

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Best bathroom

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Upstairs room

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Pink entrance

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Here's the best bit...

A more modern extension to the house..

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We look further.. Through a door and it's pitch black. Andy finds a light switch and...

HOLY SH*T! :)

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Notice those awesome mural walls..

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We found these upstairs too.. DAMN

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Check out Behind Closed Doors' Magpie Hall Report

Cheers guys.. :thumb

Edited by SpiderMonkey

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Wow that place looks awesome :comp: pretty sure it's illegal to make you delete your pics, although it doesn't sound like you were dealing with the most reasonable person/people :roll: Cheers for sharing it looks epic :thumb

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Is it just me who want's to know more about the threats to format your camera with a rock, I'm guessing disgruntled owners or security?

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Yeah I wondered about that now you mention it.

I have a mallet on my server work bench with "Universal BIOS reset" written on the handle, never heard of a reformatting rock though...

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