Tuesday, January 21, 2020

derelict house

old and forgotten


32 comments:

  1. I do not understand how people can forget a house?
    Maybe they weren't lucky dar ...

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  2. Wonderful photo, even though it depicts sadness and abandonment. You really are good at expressive photos, Bill.

    God bless.

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  3. ...a new roof and it might be as good as new!

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  4. This looks sad, hope they will restore it...

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  5. Forgotten for sure. This building needs a lot of help.

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  6. Nice capture on the move and and the house looks partially good to restore.

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  7. Hello, the roof is a goner, it looks like it will be taken over by the greenery. Wishing you a great day!

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  8. Oh the stories which lie amid the crumbling wood.

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  9. There are people equally old and forgotten unfortunately, and some look almost as derelict.

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  10. What a shame Bill, could still be saved though.. maybe 😊

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  11. It looks as if years have gone by since maybe a fire which took out one end of the building...and of course then nobody lived there. Yes sad, but I always think of how it had been before that event, what the people might have been like.

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  12. It looks like it's falling inward.

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  13. Sad to see houses falling down but I like to think that it was a happy home at one time.

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  14. Hopefully someone buys the land and builds a nice house there.

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  15. That building has been empty for a long time. Someone's dreams have died.

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  16. ..and getting lots of attention today on your blog 😊

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  17. Ha Bill. dit vindt ik nu eens koel, ik hou daar van. erg mooi voor fotografie.
    Groet Kees.

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  18. I'm thinking there are a lot of stories in that building, Bill. It looks so sad now.

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  19. if it be repaired, it will be excellent

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  20. It matches my derelict medical clinic

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  21. It looks like the tree in the foreground isn't doing well, either.

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  22. Sure is as the roofs caved in. Was someones home once.

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  23. Nice old house, I like finding old properties, makes me wonder about their stories.

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  24. Aw how sad. Doesn't look like it is going to be saved
    MB

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  25. Hi Bill.

    Always a shame to see it this way.
    Seemed to be a nice place to live.

    Greeting from Patricia.

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  26. It's sad that this house (and so many more in the world) was abandoned and nobody bought it and made any repairs it needed. I love the color!

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  27. Bill - it makes me think of the people who originally worked on the house, especially the roof tiles. What would they think if they could see it now?

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  28. Every time I have seen a similar derelict house, and there were many we saw on backroads of the VA Eastern Shore when we lived there, I have wondered who once lived there and why he/she/they left and let a home abandoned. But, never knew as most likely in the case of this place.

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