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Report - Newmoor Farm House, Longframlington



Alice o123

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Recently I have been searching online for abandoned buildings to visit and came across photos from an abandoned farmhouse in the Longframlington area of Northumberland. I didn’t know where the house was so I decided to go on an adventure to find it.

After nearly getting my car stuck and entering dead end roads, I eventually found it! Turns out it was on the site of an active farm. The new farm house was built near the old one. Now all I had to do was get through the farmyard unnoticed and gain entry through an already open way in.

History on this place is sparse. Not many clues were present as to why it was abandoned but some belongings were left behind. It was almost as if the previous occupants had little time to move away or were only able to take a limited number of items with them.

Judging by the state of decay to the structure, one thinks it may have been abandoned in the late 1980’s or early 1990’s. Furthermore, I found Yellow Pages telephone books dating back to the years 1986 and 1987 inside the house:
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Below are a collection of images from the inside, structure and belongings abandoned with the house:
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I was surprised to find it but very glad I did. It is an amazing example of a place where nature is really taking hold of it and claiming it back. Also I would have explored more of the first floor but the decay was so bad that I would have put myself at great risk of falling through the floor and injuring myself so it just wasn’t worth it.
 

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