Tim Knifton

Grand Georges

End of the first day and we thought we’d pay this place a visit as we knew it was a brief stop and was well decayed.
'Chair' 'Happier times' 'Memories' 'The door is always open'We did the usual and parked in a little side street away from the place.

We walked towards it and as I took one step towards the gap in the cornfield, I looked to the right and saw an old woman walking down who immediately spotted what we were up to and went into her house and watched us out the window. It appears others had seen us too. I spotted a small gap in the hedge off the road so we walked back to the car and had a rest for 10 minutes before going straight for it and not hanging about when traffic was quiet.

Don’t have the history but there was some heavy decay going on here. I heard from one person that the house was going to be destroyed soon.

A few photos were taken but some rooms were filled up with stuff or the roof had caved in. Not good for three big guys but we managed half hour and left to drive to Chambre De Commerce for a late night look-see.

Thanks for looking in.

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