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A more modern 'ruin' on the old A30 that is now bypassed by the modern dual-carraigeway and near were we stayed at a farm cottage.

comments (8)

  • Hollie
  • United States
  • 1 Jul 2014, 00:04
looks lonely... your treatment adds to the feeling
John Prior: All things must pass and impending endings add poignancy
I kinda like coming across abandoned buildings like this... you've presented this very well!
John Prior: Completely agree about abandoned buildings, thanks Elizabeth
  • Chris
  • England
  • 1 Jul 2014, 06:43
You have made this abandoned place look wonderful John
John Prior: I like this sort of thing, and it must disappear soon I would think
Fantastic shot John!
John Prior: Thank you smile
Looks like it has been on sale for a while...
John Prior: Certainly not viable as a garage any longer
It's surprising how many of these one comes across travelling round the country.
John Prior: Yes, I wonder if there are many bits of the original A30 that just serve as local link roads now, not quite Route 66 though smile
Its sad to think that this was someone's living a while ago, now its just waiting to be pulled down.
John Prior: Thank you Suzanne, double clicks removed smile
  • gutteridge
  • Where latitude and attitude meet
  • 1 Jul 2014, 21:33
The sort of photograph that I like John, and also a valuable piece of social history.
John Prior: Me too, thanks Chad

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