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Report - 'Polish house' - great harwood, may 2017

Discussion in 'Residential Sites' started by Beannn, May 18, 2017.

  1. Beannn

    Beannn 28DL Full Member
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    this is a local one to myself and is tucked away behind a lot of woods. the place is situated in great harwood - surrounded by some lovely views of the local surroundings. with this being a residential place and the fact it has been derelict for many years I struggled to find any history of the place, only a few friends told me they use to mess around in this place growing up whilst they were young and that's where it got its name from.

    after a trawl through some fields and climbing over some fencing blocking off the woodland entry to the property, we arrived at the front of this old house. glorious weather made for some nice lighting for the trip.


    as you approach from the woodland entrance to the place you are greeted with this view of the property., with what looks to be an old steeple in the center.

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    nature had begun to take over the property as the trees began to grow through the roof of the place.

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    upon approaching the side of the property, you can see the roof has begun to collapse inside the building after years of heavy weathering.

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    although it is in ruins - the place where the house is situated is a peaceful area and closed away from everywhere else, it shows the scale of natural decay the weather can wreck upon a unmaintained property. one of the highlights about this location is the views you have of the local area from the fields where one of the entrances is situated.

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