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VWPoweredhello all my name is john, i run a website in france dedicated more to classic, scrap and abandoned vehicles but also chateau's and ruins too..

i'll open my post with the chateau de bagnac..

and many more ruins i've photgraphed whilst in france
one my site


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VWPoweredgutted no images..??
MarkoHello VWPowered,
Welcome aboard! Nice to have you with us. Things are getting a rather sleepy in here...
Just looked at your page about Bagnac. Wow, what a beautiful ruin. It's now part of my wish-list!
The coming days I'll go and surf around on your site some more.

"But round about the castle there began to grow a hedge of thorns, which every year became higher...."
Visit my website at

VWPoweredthanks, yes is a great place, sadly soon i maybe moving so i'll get there one more time...

that are lots of chateau ruins on my site (over 60 plus other ruins too )


welcome - yes, as Marko says it is a bit sleepy on the forum

great link - what happenened to the castle that it became a ruin?


VWPoweredthe last owner died and left no heir
MariaWow... that is... a very very beautiful castle. In a strange way I like it better in ruins... because you can tell whatever story you want. It's a very good setting for a novel.
That was the artist in me. The castle lover just wants to start Robin-hooding around to raise money and recondition it!
VWPoweredsite has moved and been updated, links above changed to match

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