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  2. Nice.... I recently had a ride on the foot plate of an old steam loco,great experience!!!!
  3. Small but nice is that..... Great pics as always mate
  4. ...ooooo...I do LOVE a bit of train porn!
  5. ..."sinister" in the chapel name probably refers to sinister meaning "to or on the left"....from sinister and dexter the latin terms for left and right...we still use dexterous to mean good with the hands...also right handed was good, left handed was evil which is why we use the word sinister to have bad connotations....being a left hooker myself I can verify that I'm definitely sinister...
  6. Many thanks Sir.
  7. And beards sir........
  8. really rather good sir thanks for posting WB
  9. Many thanks Sir, I'm no expert myself I think they are Kestrels. I'm not quite sure what went wrong when I put this report on, but the previous report came back to haunt me, more than once. Must apologise for any extra work I have caused you and the rest of the admin team. my only excuse its my brain. WB.
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  11. better photos than my efforts and you found the Jenga puzzle of death
  12. Now then, that does look like a bloody good mooch !!! excellent photos
  13. Lights on, no one at home..................
  14. We in Lancashire are still afraid of bendy buses. Work of the Devil
  15. Excellent Sir, I'm not an expert on birds but I'm rather jealous of that shot. Quality shots all round.
  16. Rusty heaven!
  17. Awwww the prams are still there. I have wanted to get to this place for such a long time. One day....hopefully.
  18. Sunday morning saw WB walking along side the Stour Estuary, They had been a recent high tide so it was a bit soft under foot. I had been walking for about an hour when I came across this beauty. hope you enjoy the pics. Bonus shot. Hope you enjoy the pics, many thanks for looking in WB,
  19. Hi everyone, I first visited this place in 2015, most of it was gutted by fire, pleased to say no one was living there at the time. Missed a few bits last time, like the swimming pool in the back garden, but to my defence the garden is very overgrown and the cover over the pool was covered in leaves. Visited with non member big ears, and despite the massive hole in the fence managed to catch her foot and end up face down in the dirt, no damage done. Hope you enjoy the pics. Spot the swimming pool.
  20. Ooh one does like the look of this, well done young chap.
  21. Top notch report mate. Awesome images. Loving the pram top pics and the "heart art" graff. Looks a very good place to stroll around in.
  22. Cracking report Sir, really like the pics, many thanks for sharing. WB.
  23. Wait, were the lights on?!
  24. Got to love the personal items, they give that place some soul. Great find!
  25. East Fortune is a small village in South-East Scotland, famous for the airfield constructed in 1915 to help protect Britain against German Zeppelins during the WWI. In 1922 a hospital was founded on a nearby plot of land. Named The East Fortune Hospital it initially served as a tuberculosis sanatorium until the WWII when the unit was moved to the Bangour village about 40 miles to the west (closed in 2004 and now derelict). Falling number of the tuberculosis cases in Scotland cause the hospital to be converted to a clinic for mentally handicapped in 1956. It served that purpose until 1997 when it was finally closed down for good with the patients transferred to a nearby unit in Haddington. There are asbestos dust warnings all over the place so mask is highly recommended however it seems that most of it was already removed judging by the missing ceilings in some of the buildings.
  26. Fantastic report, really enjoyed the write up. 10/10 for the pics. many thanks for sharing. WB.
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