Fearnville House on Dibb Lane

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TheUrbanDivision
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Re: Fearnville House on Dibb Lane

Postby TheUrbanDivision » Tue 06 Dec, 2016 4:59 pm

Thanks for that I entirely understand what you mean about the attic!
I haven't been around there recently as I've mainly been focused on the recent spree of demolishing all of the derelict buildings including the old bank on Harrogate road, Gledhow Grove mansion, the old hospital building and the old Oak Villa care home on the border with Potternewton park. However, aside from a few things I have to do, I'm completely free at the weekend so I shall probably venture to take a walk down there at some point to see what's going on.
J4nrm
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Re: Fearnville House on Dibb Lane

Postby J4nrm » Wed 26 Apr, 2017 3:53 pm

This house backs on to our back garden and we're absolutely fascinated by it. LizandDavid please can you post some photo of how your flat looked back in the day. All I can do is look over our garden fence as i'm too scared to go inside (and really glad i haven't looking at the photos of the interior now). It definitely has an eerie feel to it looking at it at night from our spare room window!
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Re: Fearnville House on Dibb Lane

Postby tilly » Wed 26 Apr, 2017 7:48 pm

Welcome to S/L J4nrm.
No matter were i end my days im an Hunslet lad with Hunslet ways.

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