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Report - Elm Row, Suffolk - June 2016



ch9sab

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#1
My second adventure :). Hopefully head out this weekend for a few more explores somewhere.

Apparently this little row of cottages is grade 2 listed, built in the 1800s. Looks like they have been abandoned for at least 10 years, probably more. I don't know much else about them.

Visited solo so didn't have the guts to go upstairs in case I ended up back on the ground floor via the more direct route, though it looked reasonably stable. Had no problems wandering around here for a good 45 mins taking plenty of photos. Didn't see another soul.

Someone had obviously been in there though as there were a few photo set ups in place and some items had moved from a previous report I'd seen.

Keen for more exploring so if anyone in Cambridge/Suffolk/Norfolk is heading out give me a shout! There are a few spots I've seen near home that I haven't seen any reports for so I'll be visiting soon :)

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350cewild

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
#2
Nice first report. I always find houses fasinating. Why is always cookers, shoes and chairs left behind!
 

Punk

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#7
Nicely done :thumb
I'm not really into houses, but this seems to have a few nice parts to it.
 

Lost_Tiff_Angel

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#8
I tried going to this house a couple of weeks back but was put off by the houses close by. How did you find giving this a look? Was it relatively easy or were you asked to leave at all?
 

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