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Abandoned buildings and places.

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Midrand Kwazulu Natal South Africa.

 

Saw this place from the highway. Given my natural curiosity of abandon places I turned around to explore.

 

Turns out a year earlier the only recorded tornado ever in the area had hit this one house and nothing else. It was a real eerie scene. Furthermore the area is a Zulu tribal reservation and come to find out this house had been owned by one of the only white families in the reservation and had been for 100+ years. I'm not spiritual or anything but it really semed like god had decided these people don;t belong there. Looters had taken anything of value including scrap metal, wires furniture etc.

 

The first pic is the main driveway. To me it looks like nature had decreed that no one gets in or out of this place. Luckily the looters had created a bypass entrance.

 

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It seemed that all the knocked down trees were felled in the direction of the house.

 

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It must of been a nice place. Looters had started to remove the parkay (or whatever it's called) floors

 

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This was the front of the house where people would of parked. Note the tree laying on top.

 

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Tractor tire

 

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Not only was there a tornado, but this tree and this tree alone had burnt. The house was not burned.

 

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