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Ivy Farm Manor Hampole Doncaster April 2014

Discussion in 'Residential Sites' started by redT1ger, Apr 22, 2014.

  1. redT1ger

    redT1ger 28DL Full Member
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    Ok, this is my take on the good Drs house.

    I am puzzled though as to where the glass is, there isnt any in the windows nor hardly any broken on the floor.....
    The whole house has been built/renovated in a sort of diy fashion, unused building materials are in the grounds. The Dr was probably a handyman aswell as a car enthusiast. The heads have been recently stolen off the V8 TVR, not even a bolt remains. The Citroen BX is the rare and desirable 16v, very sought after for its engine by Pug 205 owners.

    It was a psychiatric doctor's house . He released a woman into the community, who had been held under the mental health act, she went on to kill an 11 year old girl, Emma Brodie, in Doncaster’s Frenchgate Shopping Centre . The locals drove Dr Silvester from his home and trashed it. Neil Silvester had authorised the release of Carol Barratt from psychiatric care in April 1991 even though she had threatened a young girl with a knife and tried to strangle a medic.
    I see no problem stating names as the whole story and inquest is merely a google away.

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  2. krissigalores

    krissigalores Poison Ivy
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    I love how everyone's written their names! ha.
    I liked the history, short & sweet.. Needn't be too long as it's been covered so many times.
    I still love looking at it though!
     
  3. JaneEyre

    JaneEyre The clumsiest explorer in Yorkshire!
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    I love the addition of the Danger Keep Out signs, they are very zombie horror film ;)
    Nice shots too
     
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    There something quite sad I find about old cars left to rot.
    Ace report.
     
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    lets see if anybody can tell what the car/chassis rotting away outside is?!!

    I don't know (and i'm a car restorer!!) but its got a rover v8 engine, and a later one at that going by the alternator. its nowhere near as old as it looks.

    Ps make and model, pretty sure I know the make, but i'm still none the wiser lol!
     
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    Such a shame people felt the need to destroy these cars.
     
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    the old humber and marcos in the garage have taken a beating over the last few of years. When I first went there the humber looked as tho it could have been driven !
     
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