Discussion in 'Everything Else Heritage' started by DismalChips, Dec 4, 2020.
If you've got a spare million, now's your chance: https://www.rightmove.co.uk/properties/73501368#/
Obviously you can also live in a railway arch if you don't have a spare million.
heh! indeed - open-plan living with hot and cold running rats...
It's certainly a spectacular space, but it doesn't look that practical, and a total sod to keep warm I should imagine...
I'm just looking at £1m for 2 bedrooms in a questionable area, and with guaranteed noise and vibration.
When I saw the topic, I thought it might be about the now demolished viaduct in Nottinghamshire with two houses built in.
Scroll down to Giltbrook...
For the sort of young and moneyed prat that wants to live somewhere 'edgy'.
I had the horrifying image of living in one under an active line. I've been in enough breweries to know how unpleasant they can be in that instance. Theres a pair of arches remaining from the old Kirkcaldy Harbour branch that were up for rent recently but I don't think they had mains electricity or water. And some local scrotes started a fire outside them a month ago.
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