I've been lurking for a while since covid lockdown is being enforced very strongly on campus and I have not been able to go anywhere. I was looking through some old files and found this townhouse which I'm sharing with you all now. Visited in summer of 2020 and the house was demolished day after I went (lucky me)
Getting in was both easy and a little tough. The method of entry was extremely trivial. Actually had been in this state for years but I didn't have the balls when I was younger. The side of the building this entrance was not only by the town square but facing the main highway leading in and out, so it took a bit of timing to get in. https://flic.kr/s/aHsmMHHkm3
Wasn't much in the house itself. Basement was full of trash. There were some old books lying around and a cool painting next to the stairs (included in the album). One picture is from the adjacent shed which had so much trash in it I was momentarily surprised. A little bit of water on a corner of the first floor but rest of the house was pretty well off all things considered.
When the city's lockdown had ended I had gone into town to shop and had to do a double take. A tree had fallen on it in a storm the day after I went and it got torn down. Even in the week of time I was gone they filled in the foundation removed the garage and everything. Kind of cool that it no longer physically exists but I had wanted to go back.
I had to duck around as the windows were actually pretty clean - I did some camera magic so the outside world didn't leak in - so I wouldn't be spotted.
And here is an upside down picture of the living room leading into the 'kitchen' that still had a fridge. No snacks in it though...