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The enormous grain silo at Victoria Mills in Grimsby, Lincs is open to offers. <br />
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Loving owners are being sought for hundreds of historic but crumbling buildings across Britain in a desperate bid to prevent them from being lost forever.<br />
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A host of long-forgotten properties from all over the country feature in a newly-compiled 'lonely hearts' list of once-great places which have fallen into disrepair.<br />
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The neglected buildings urgently in need of new owners include listed country piles, cottages and farmhouses, churches and chapels, pubs, shops, a former rifle range and even an WWII anti-aircraft supply depot.<br />
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One hundred dilapidated and threatened buildings have been chronicled in a new book called Falling in Love published by campaign group Save Britain's Heritage in the hope of attracting buyers for them.