This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series Abandoned Dairy Farm Norfolk UK

 

Here goes my first Trybe post. Hope you like it!

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 picture below shows an old Bakelite light switch inside one of the barns.

Some old machinery, not sure what it is though.

Here’ is the one of the old barns with the feeding troughs.

 

An old milking pump that has seen better days.

 

This is  one of the storage sheds,.  Good job it wasn’t dark because I don’t think the light will be any good now.

 

It’s been a  lot of years since any cows have been in here.

Another shed built from  stones and Norfolk red bricks.

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 as you will see in my future posts on here.

Please feel free to click here to find out more interesting things about the county of Norfolk: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Norfolk

More photographs from this farm to follow soon!

Thanks for looking and enjoy your day!

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