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Report - Trentham Estate (various buildings) July 2011

Siren

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Trentham Estate (gatekeepers house and conservatory), Stoke On Trent

Visited with a non forum member

There is some information about the Trentham Estate HERE, although I havent been able to find any information on the buildings in this report. They are located on the Trentham Estate, and I have been told that the ruined house is the old gatekeepers house and the other one was a conservatory/summer house.

I never normally visit somewhere without any prior research, but I was up visiting a friend in Stoke On Trent over the weekend and they told me of a couple of abandoned buildings nearby. Having never gone exploring themselves I felt at liberty to take their proverbial urbexing cherry. So ten minutes later we were on our way to these two locations!

The first abandoned house was completely trashed (just the way I like them!) and totally overgrown. This is where being small and agile comes in very handy, after my 6ft odd friend got entangled in the shrubbery.

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The conservatory was a nice find. Small but not disspointing. *ahem* After ten minutes I was warned by a worker on the estate that the concrete floors were liable to collapse at any moment, plunging me 16ft to my death, or at the very least a trip to A&E. So in pure urbex style I made my apologies, ensuring him I would leave quickly.....only to continue my photography before running away a lot like Brave Sir Robin....

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Still, I hope you enjoy them! If anyone has more any information on these places please post it :D

Thanks for looking at my report, GIEF ME COOOOOOOOOOOKIES. :thumb


 

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xMatherZz

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Interesting stuff, I know it's a bit late now, I live in the area and am thinking of checking this out soon.
Thanks for the post :)
 

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