The first part in a series of posts I will be making documenting my experience visiting a variety of derelict buildings and structures. Over the last few years myself and some friends have made a hobby of visiting these places. Each location is unique, some have been recently abandoned, whilst others have lay forgotten for years. The one quality they all share is the fascinating array of stories there are to be discovered within their walls.
We headed into the woods of Rougham to hunt for an abandoned Manor House that had been left derelict after being bombed in ww2
Easter Sunday 2017
After 20 minutes of fighting through nettles we stumbled onto the grounds of Rougham Hall
The building was a shell of its past self, half of it was collapsed and what was left was now hidden under a thick blanket of ivy.
The most striking part of the old Manor was the room where the bomb had hit. It was dropped by the Germans during ww2 but had actually been meant for the neighbouring air base. Standing on the edge of the room you could see the path the bomb had taken and the effect it had on each floor of the house.
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