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UK Car Graveyard, Hertfordshire, January 2014

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I have nick named this one "Lost World Cottage" or more to the point "Car Graveyard", I have seen the odd report online but in the name of keeping this place away from the ebay junkies I will leave the details as that.

Awesome explore, some stunning oldies in there! Pictures are from before getting my DSLR again.

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Hi, do you have anymore information on where this place is? I am a student and have been looking for a place to do photography, with abandoned cars, for a while and this fits what I am looking for perfectly. If you could let me know any more location details then that would be fantastic! 

Thanks 

Em 

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6 hours ago, E.Lou667 said:

Hi, do you have anymore information on where this place is? I am a student and have been looking for a place to do photography, with abandoned cars, for a while and this fits what I am looking for perfectly. If you could let me know any more location details then that would be fantastic! 

Thanks 

Em 

 

Hi, unfortunately people generally won't give out locations for places to unknown members. Best advice is to do a bit of research on the internet and find some places for yourself, then post up your reports so we can see them, and you'll probably find people are a bit more forthcoming with information etc. Good luck :thumb  @E.Lou667

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