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High Dryburnside

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The house has been unoccupied a long time now
but it looks like someone left in a hurry.

Canon EOS 300D Digital Rebel
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poetry66617-Feb-2007 18:47
What a lovely find Johnny. Shame its left to wreck and ruin as the surrounding landscape looks so beautiful!
Guest 11-Feb-2007 17:30
Nice restoration/conversion project ..
Neil Horner07-Feb-2007 22:00
bet its spooky in the dark....
Sheila06-Feb-2007 23:34
Most unusual, I don't think I've ever seen a ruined farmhouse before. Wonder what the story was.
J. Scott Coile06-Feb-2007 22:11
That is a strange scene. Untold stories.
Nicki Thurgar06-Feb-2007 21:47
What a stunning location, how could they leave such a beautiful place?!
Jackdad06-Feb-2007 21:10
perhaps it's haunted!
northstar3706-Feb-2007 20:31
the Marie-Celeste-ness
Kathy Pedersen06-Feb-2007 20:00
The ruins of once a beautiful building I am sure! Lovely shot!
Al Chesworth06-Feb-2007 19:41
Vacant possesion on completion.
Lovely brisk day.
laine8206-Feb-2007 19:39
It's calling out for a handyman...a great fixerupperer :>)
Carole Stevens06-Feb-2007 19:35
Its got so much going for it its lovely, what I would give to live there, beautiful shot Johnny!
Guest 06-Feb-2007 19:32
estate-agent speak "desireable property in need of modernisation"
Linda Alstead06-Feb-2007 19:17
looks like my house.....actually, it's a bit worse but not much!
Zak06-Feb-2007 19:13
Great housewreck!
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