This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series Abandoned Dairy Farm Norfolk UK

I was having a wander about last year with a friend of mine through some woodlands in a village in Norfolk, United Kingdom. only to our surprise, we found this old dairy farm that must have had been abandoned for many years and now remains in a derelict condition.

Of course, being curious folk as we are, we had to take a closer look and have a good nose around to see what gems were to be found to get on camera.

It’s amazing what you can find just by walking around places you have never been. I certainly never expected to come across this interesting place of farming history.

Didn’t have my DSLR with me at the time, just my LG G4 phone.

I hope you enjoy viewing these photo’s as much as I enjoyed taking them.

The old straw store amazingly still has some bales left inside. 

This building may be in a bad state of dis-repair but the wild plants don’t seem to mind.

I really think it’s a bit late to start fitting that double glazed uPVC door.

This is another photograph of the same room as the one above.

An old and aged shutter board blocking the aperture of an old wall that is built with bricks, known as ‘Norfolk Reds’.

It’s an all in one bath, basin and a lavatory! I guess that’s one way to save space.

This would have been the grand entrance to a very large farmhouse. It’s a shame it was covered as I would of loved to have seen it.

I have to say, those old roof trusses certainly have more character than the ones we have today.

Old ‘Norfolk Red’ bricks and vivid green mold, looks kind of good, I think.

The rear side of the old farmhouse. What a shame to see a home this wonderful, just to be laid to rest.

I’m not sure why this farm and it’s house was just abandoned or when but I would think it has been empty since at least the 1970’s judging by some of the things that were left there.

My first post (1 of 4) at this farm can be found here:

My second (2 of 4) can be found here:

My third (3 of 4) can be found here:

Please feel free to click here to find out more interesting things about the county of Norfolk:

That is all the photographs I have of this farm from this visit but who knows I may have to return again some other time and get some more.

This blogging is rather tiring. I think I best get a cup of tea, put my feet up and watch some telly (if I can find somewhere to plug it in)!

Thanks for looking and enjoy your day!

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