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Can anyone help me identify this coastal farm painted by W Hoggatt in around 1950? It was sold at auction on the mainland today.

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1 minute ago, TheTeapot said:

Could be Pooil Vaaish Farm before the big barn was put up.

Certainly looks like it.

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Was going to say it looks like the self catering cottage round Pooil Vaaish (sp?) but it looks like Milner Tower in the background

 

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Thanks both. You are spot on!

Despite the corrugated metal it is still a lovely place.

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If memory serves there are the remains of some stone walls to the left of the road near that cottage. Been a little while since I've been down round that way

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5 hours ago, Deemster said:

Can anyone help me identify this coastal farm painted by W Hoggatt in around 1950? It was sold at auction on the mainland today.

Thanks

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Out of interest, do you know what price it sold for?

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On 4/30/2019 at 7:46 PM, Burt said:

Out of interest, do you know what price it sold for?

It was about £2,250 I think 

On 4/30/2019 at 7:46 PM, Burt said:

Out of interest, do you know what price it sold for?

 

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