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Sunday, 21 June 2015

Zombie Manor - June 2015

Welcome to Zombie Manor, you will want to leave.

 Zombie Manor

Built in 1759, a Grade II listed county house built in a Georgian style formally used as a country residence, a residential home for the handicapped and an illegal cannabis farm of late.

Oh, nearly forgot to mention to mention it was used as a zombie holdout after Chester and Warrington finally fell to the zombie horde of 2010.

Now sitting rapidly rotting away, Daresbury Hall is sadly clinging on for dear life and reflects everything that is wrong with the preservation of buildings in Britain. The main house is death on a stick with floors waiting to drop and holes aplenty. So lets have a mooch.

 Dead Inside - Zombie Manor

We headed for the main house, via the pool

Dead Pool - Zombie Manor

Dead Pool - Zombie Manor

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Inside the house, it was hot (on a cool day) and smelly, with ceilings down and rotten floors, death on a stick in most parts.

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The Cellar was weird with a drying room with, well white stuff...

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And out to the outbuildings

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Visited with Zer081, following a failed earlier visit with both Judderman and Zer081 earlier on in the year which whilst Zombie free had loons with splat guns.

A tad disappointing, I'd give it 5/10 including an extra 2 points for the pool.

Photos later used in a Daily Mail article

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