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Yeah its great Andy,theres some lovely arched doorways on the front side

8 minutes ago, Ratman said:


Bad to say, this end of building looks fairly square on gable end with roof, but looks like it may have lost part of its roof at the back? So possible subsidence! Love coming across old stuff like that!

 

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1 minute ago, Jack.P said:

Small chance it’s a lock house as found one which is similar but Pretty sure it’s a railway station of some sort but can’t work out which one as alot of it looks to be missing .

The old railway line is about 1000yds from it

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3 hours ago, gary112 said:

1B5A58C9-5793-4A04-AE41-0AD00DBE22F8.thumb.jpeg.036efa64a7bf1d90d7c9cfbdda69d409.jpegAt work today,about half a mile across fields hedging and came across this old place,would be a great place to live done up,looks out across some fishing pools 

That looks like it would make one hell of a nice property, keep all the period features in it thou, i could buy that myself quite easely ,, nice find 

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5 minutes ago, spuddog0507 said:

That looks like it would make one hell of a nice property, keep all the period features in it thou, i could buy that myself quite easely ,, nice find 

Its great i was looking at it imaging how it could be,theres 3 pools below it and the Clee Hills are in the background

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