Explore with Slobberchops & Dizzy Discovery
Sometimes it can pay off to scour around GoogleMaps looking for some old wreck of a place. Roofs with holes are always a good pick. This one was very close to another earmarked location in West Yorkshire, and so I marked it for investigation.
“They are not interesting at all unless you have some kind of bovine coprophilia fetish.”
The amount of vegetation around it told me it is probably empty, and the location is in a town center, and so it is unlikely to be a barn.
Barns are full of cow-shit and generally stink. They are not interesting at all unless you have some kind of bovine coprophilia fetish.
Once again Dizzy Discovery was with me for this one, and we both looked at the front chained gate guessing the same thing.
The lock was quite new and had been changed recently, with no rust to be seen.
I didn’t take any shots of them as they were not particularly close; what was striking me was how did they get here?
A high-rise block of flats towered over us with several sets of people lounging around sunbathing. At least one set of them must have seen us but didn’t seem to care.