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What happens sometimes when you shove your phone into the letterbox of an abandoned building.
Oh, for a rotary cutter, a strong, wide-bladed knife & a rubber hammer...
24th Sep 2007, 23:05   | tags:,,,


nige says:

cool. dig this!

24th Sep 2007, 23:09

Dhamaka says:

nice one

24th Sep 2007, 23:41

factotum says:

That newel post would be worth salvaging too!

25th Sep 2007, 00:08

hildegard says:

Hm, not so sure about the timbers - the pic doesn't do justice to the dampness in there. Suspect the light levels may be due to some missing roof...

25th Sep 2007, 00:10

Caine says:

Brilliant shot. I'm with Factotum, I'd take that newel post.

25th Sep 2007, 00:52

ViX says:

I'm hoping there is some form of Minton waiting to be discovered under the laminate flooring in our hall way.

25th Sep 2007, 10:53

hildegard says:

Good luck, Vix. If not, there's always Cheshire Reclamation...

(Under that dirt there's a tile-perfect Minton floor. Am considering chasing the owner through the Land Register - fairly sure he's going for constructive neglect in order to put a new build on the site. Letting me remove the tiles would further weaken the building's water-resistance after all...)

25th Sep 2007, 13:06

SaharaSB says:

brilliant - i like this alot

25th Sep 2007, 14:43

Viv says:

sounds like a good idea - would be terrible for them to be bulldozed

25th Sep 2007, 17:46

taniwha says:

Brilliant. You need a phone on a periscope

25th Sep 2007, 21:22

Helen says:

I may just take up posting my phone through abandoned letter boxes too. Rather evocative.

26th Sep 2007, 00:07

Steve says:

Me too, but for different reasons...

26th Sep 2007, 00:33