Various Weardale Galleries
Mill Cottage - the fall and rise
Canon EOS 650D,
Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8-4.5 DC Macro
1/320s f/7.1 at 62.0mm iso100
All images are Copyright © John A Graham 2004 to 2014
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They certainly worked long and hard....are we,any of us, finished?
A very nice conversion.
It looks very nice. Time to add a third floor...
Pity they didn't keep any of the original building...but I bet it's worth a bob or two!
Turned out beautiful. Lovely stone work.
What a beautiful home and series of stone walls! Nice plot of land! :)
Wow, that is a lot of dry stone walling there, some one has been very busy!
Get some creepers on there, some moss and lichen, and a generous dose of your Weardale weather, and then it'll be finished, Johnny.
it looks solid, complete, and the swings are up...now for some plants about the grounds..
Glenn Dean (Vatorman)
Certainly appreciate a rebuild and 'new' and finished(?), but (for me) a quaintness has been lost.
Great presentation series over the past while documenting this change.
Is anything ever finished? Looks quite different.
Máire Uí Mhaicín
I like your question mark:)
It's lost some of its character but at least its tastefully done - not so sure about the doors though.
Oh a few steps too far for my taste but then at least there is a useable home there now.
I was going to ask how this was going. All in all I think they have do a good job from what I can see. Particularly like all the dry stone walls. Even though the original had its charm its good to see become a family home.
Superb picture of the renovated cottage, looks a good job. v
looks like it!
The house is looking good now. Happy families hopefully.
not sure whether to laugh or cry if this was the sweet derelict cottage you introduced us to a year or two back; I suppose some of the cars were in use