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Report - Steep Park House, Crowborough - August '10

DanielF50

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After a while of searching google, I was able to find the rough location of 'Potters' and found it pretty easily on google maps as it stood out like a sore thumb! I had a look, but couldn't seem to find an entrance, other than the dirt road leading to someone elses house, so I figured we'd work it out when we got there & bearing in mind this was my first proper explore, this was pretty daring :p

Overall, it took us about 2 hours to get down there & we parked up near another car, looked around and discovered the entrance pretty quickly, so started walking up there & found 5 other urbexers in the building, it really does seem that it's getting pretty popular!

Anyways, you probably all know a bit of the history of the building as it's been cover quite a lot in the past few months, but if you don't, rookinella did a brilliant report here, in which you can find all you need including some info on Muddy Fox's family link with the building! Very interesting stuff! (:

Bearing in mind we only spent 2 hours in the building, some of the shots aren't too good, it's huge! we could've easily spent another two in there, should've got up earlier :p

So here are the shots;

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Oh look! another Urbexer, The two people said they were from the outskirts of London, I wonder if they're on here :p
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The previous shot for those of you who don't like HDR (:
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I love this staircase, shame that pikeys have recently stolen the staircase poles, it used to be a spectacular staircase.
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A HDR of the previous shot
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More of the staircase & the fire damaged landing, there seems to be a basement under there, we didnt go down there though, looked a bit dangerous.
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The utility room
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The windows in this place are amazing, they're so grand.
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Liar.
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Very dirty windows, I love the colours though
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James Walford, the Owner of this beautiful building
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A bit of modelling :p
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The painting seems to be saying "My Armchair"
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At least the toilet looks happy...
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Some more of James Walford's work, it seems to have been trampled though...
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Happy Birthday
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The undying flower.
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Leaving the building, someone seems to have put that dress in the window while we were in there :/
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Sorry it's a bit long, I resized the images to 800 wide/high, uploaded them, then realised that they make the post huge!

Any comments are appreciated :]
Dan​
 

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