As I parked up to explore Bush Boake Allen I saw that the modest-looking farm buildings on the opposite side of the road were sporting some Herras fencing. Any sort of fencing/boarding/scaffolding is pure explorer catnip, but I decided that I would investigate further once I’d explored my primary target of the Bush Boake Allen site – I didn’t want to have an angry farmer telling me to clear off before I’d even got started!
From browsing the excellent old maps website I ascertained the name of this farm. A cursory internet search didn’t turn up any interesting history, and as it was only a flying visit I haven’t spent any more time looking.
The main interest in this place was the “retro” wallpaper, which I knew Mrs X would enjoy me showing her the shots of once I got home!
Thanks for popping by.
Nice find – I’m always surprised at retro wallpaper – thinking who would have ever actually purchased this and hung it.
Nice little explore there mate, loving that wallpapered door.
Cheers mate. 🙂
I remember the smells when I live in Long Melford, years ago, we would try to guess the flavor of the day. Cheese and Onion was a particularly easy one to guess.
My great Grandparents lived here! My Mum also grew up here- lived for a time with her Granny – and she always talked about this cottage.