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Unsure what I should really name this? :confused:

An abandoned dairy farm, missing that red dress (which was more pink) and some large amounts of decay in rooms...

A lovely afternoon spent walking around, admiring the decay and bits an bobs that laid scattered about, certainly worth your time still and quite frankly seems like locals have given up asking questions why you walk down a lane with a camera an tripod, especially after explaining once before we dont get nice fields in kent like these ones here...

Walking around inside with the wind blowing through the whole place was rather cool, doors slamming and the curtains blowing about made for some interesting pictures.

Many people know most of this places history after it splashed in papers and its been done a fair amount.

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Cheers for looking everyone! :D

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