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Urbex: Tapioca Farm House, Belgium – November 2013

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Next stop on the 3 men and a little lady European Tour was Tapioca Farm House. This small little farm house appears to have been left for quite some years and remains very well preserved with good natural decay. All the windows were thick with cobwebs, the living room was really nicely set out and the bedrooms were left as if someone went out for the day and never came back! Beautiful!

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Others from the European Tour:

Château Gramophone November 2013

CDC November 2013

Villa Hector November 2013

Prison H15 France November 2013

Schola CLXXV Monastery Belgium November 2013

La Bobbin Belgium November 2013

The Horror Labs November 2013

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Comments

  1. Mars Lander says:

    Another helping of sheer ace pie, yum yummy, I need more. 🙂

    1. PROJ3CTM4YH3M says:

      Thanks muchly good buddy! I shall be dropping another residential one tonight with any luck 🙂

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  2. AndyK! says:

    Lovely shots here mate, great looking place.

    1. PROJ3CTM4YH3M says:

      Cheers Andy! Nice little gem this one, quite small but very undisturbed 😀

  3. Chrissy says:

    Brilliant shots, this was a great find.. well done

    1. PROJ3CTM4YH3M says:

      Cheers chrissy I cant take full credit for the find but glad you liked the photos 😀

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  4. KK says:

    Hey, i was just wondering are you making those compositions ar you take pictures as you found it?
    it is curious for me because it looks unrealistically great 🙂

    1. PROJ3CTM4YH3M says:

      Hi KK,

      Thanks for the comment. I can confirm that I didn’t move any items around in this particular property. I cant speak for other explorer who have visited this one before me but it really did have an authentic feel about it… some of the indicators were the bowls on the table still full off mould from the last meal left behind and the amount of dust and cobwebs that were undisturbed.

      all the best

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  5. Draco Rattus says:

    This is possibly my absolute favourite of all your photo sets so far. Utterly gorgeous location, and the light seems to be just right too. I love how the ivy seems to be creeping through the bedroom window, and the newspaper dated 1970 is brilliant. What a great find!

    1. PROJ3CTM4YH3M says:

      Thanks Draco, this was a beautiful little property which sat close to another house on the outskirts of a small village… great how it was so untouched and in surprisingly reasonably water tight condition. As you pointed out we were also blessed with some nice soft light 🙂

      All the best

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  6. wow! your work is other worldly beautiful. thank the abandoned House Gods for preserving it. the antique furniture there is worth a lot. so, its nice to know it hasn’t been stolen or vandalized. thanks again. you do great work. no doubt. jw

    1. PROJ3CTM4YH3M says:

      Again thank you very much for the kind words John I really appreciate the feedback! This place was a little gem! I must thank my friend Baron for this place as he insisted that we fit it in on our trip… needless to say I’m glad we did 😀

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