Fearnville House on Dibb Lane

Bunkers, shelters and other buildings
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Brunel
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Postby Brunel » Tue 25 Aug, 2009 10:09 pm

Went to have a look at this today.

Very dilapidated, broken rainwater pipes.

The building is sealed tight, double metal on the windows.

The main drive has been blocked for security, but there is still a considerable amount of builders rubbish been dumped.

The two large gateposts nearer Oakwood Ln. do not look as if connected with this building.

Posted some pics. here, it is a Flash presentation, might take a while to load.

http://www.thelocoworks.talktalk.net/Fearnville

Left and Right arrows on large pic. move forwards/back etc.
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Postby chameleon » Tue 25 Aug, 2009 11:39 pm

Brunel wrote:
Went to have a look at this today.

Very dilapidated, broken rainwater pipes.

The building is sealed tight, double metal on the windows.

The main drive has been blocked for security, but there is still a considerable amount of builders rubbish been dumped.

The two large gateposts nearer Oakwood Ln. do not look as if connected with this building.

Posted some pics. here, it is a Flash presentation, might take a while to load.

http://www.thelocoworks.talktalk.net/Fearnville

Left and Right arrows on large pic. move forwards/back etc.


Well sealed should help keep the opportunist pickers out Brunel, so long as they leave the roof and walls standing there should be something left to work with - far more than the poor old Grange in Seacroft has got.
cakeisyummy7
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Postby cakeisyummy7 » Wed 26 Aug, 2009 10:00 pm

Im over the moon at the pictures that have been posted... i just can't say how much it means to me to see them. To see so many pictures of the house that i was born in is beyond words, ive wanted to see the house for years and was so sure that it wouldnt be their anymore and i couldnt believe it when i joined secret leeds and found out that it was still standing. Thankyou to everyone for all the information you have given on here, it means more than words... thankyou all!!
Is their any way that i could save these pictures to my hardrive, i tried but it wouldnt work? Any help would be lovely thankyou Regular Smiley
Take care everyone,
Tracy x x    
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Postby chameleon » Wed 26 Aug, 2009 10:12 pm

cakeisyummy7 wrote:
Im over the moon at the pictures that have been posted... i just can't say how much it means to me to see them. To see so many pictures of the house that i was born in is beyond words, ive wanted to see the house for years and was so sure that it wouldnt be their anymore and i couldnt believe it when i joined secret leeds and found out that it was still standing. Thankyou to everyone for all the information you have given on here, it means more than words... thankyou all!!
Is their any way that i could save these pictures to my hardrive, i tried but it wouldnt work? Any help would be lovely thankyou Regular Smiley
Take care everyone,
Tracy x x    


Not sure on that one - Brunel, could you be of help with this for our friend here? She's been following this one closely but as yet has been unable to visit as she hoped.

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Brunel
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Postby Brunel » Wed 26 Aug, 2009 10:22 pm

I will send the best ones to her via email .

Sent 'em as a series of separate messages, 3 pics in each.

These are smaller copies, if larger versions are req. for printing, just let me know.
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Postby chameleon » Wed 26 Aug, 2009 10:31 pm

Brunel wrote:
I will send the best ones to her via email


Brilliant old boy! If you read back I think you'll see how much they'll be appreciated.
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Postby cakeisyummy7 » Thu 27 Aug, 2009 11:52 pm

Thankyou sooooo much! It really is appreciated and you have all been so kind and nice, it means so much x x x x
Take good care,
Tracy x    
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Chrism
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Postby Chrism » Tue 05 Jul, 2011 1:20 pm

chameleon wrote:
Brunel wrote:
Went to have a look at this today.

Very dilapidated, broken rainwater pipes.

The building is sealed tight, double metal on the windows.

The main drive has been blocked for security, but there is still a considerable amount of builders rubbish been dumped.

The two large gateposts nearer Oakwood Ln. do not look as if connected with this building.

Posted some pics. here, it is a Flash presentation, might take a while to load.

http://www.thelocoworks.talktalk.net/Fearnville

Left and Right arrows on large pic. move forwards/back etc.


Well sealed should help keep the opportunist pickers out Brunel, so long as they leave the roof and walls standing there should be something left to work with - far more than the poor old Grange in Seacroft has got.



Looks like someone's had a go at getting in on a couple of the pix.
Sit thissen dahn an' tell us abaht it.

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Postby The Parksider » Wed 06 Jul, 2011 12:17 am

Brunel wrote:
Went to have a look at this today.

The two large gateposts nearer Oakwood Ln. do not look as if connected with this building.



On old maps the posts are by the gatehouse and the drive runs through the posts and cuts back to the house.

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