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  1. I was there in 2010. At that time, fortunately not so much annoying things were inside (such as beverage crates, boards, etc.). Brave to stay in spite of the alarm. Luckily no one came, so you could explore the building. I like the "normal" photos more than those with Fisheye.
  2. UK

    Nice pics, I like the dark look of it.
  3. UK

    Strange place. Thanks for showing us.
  4. UK

    Nice first report of a great place. I especially like the look up on the fourth photo. Welcome to Oblivion State. Be invited to write an intro into the new members area "Just take a moment & say Hi".
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    Welcome to the forum!
  6. I thought the same as hamtagger did. Always interesting to find a few things that tell you something about the history. I particularly like the fourth photo with the flower in front of the house.
  7. A worthwhile place, still with some interesting things there.
  8. UK

    Unfortunately already very broken, thanks for showing. Hope you had no trouble with the police. I didn't expect that there is still alarm in this place.
  9. UK

    Very nice, I really like these old stuff, especially the detail shots.
  10. UK

    Nice set,. The lecture theatre is my favorite too, but I also like the other rooms.
  11. Always nice to see some distant places that you haven't known / seen yet from other sets.
  12. UK

    I don't think that all pics are a bit samey. I like the peeled paint, also the moss and the light on the floor.
  13. Luxembourg

    Was there 7 years ago, access was an adventure and after about an hour we nearly walked in a hall with workers inside. Fortunately they didn't see us. Seems nothing much has changed in the recent years.
  14. Two large deep shelters have been found at South Foreland Battery, the first of which had been sealed in the late 1980's and re-opened again in 2002. Conditions inside are poor with wet rot and fungus growing everywhere, possibly posing a health risk. Two sealed exits also appear slightly unstable. This particular shelter was excavated in 1941 by 172 Tunnelling Coy and No.1 Section, 171 Tunnelling Coy. R.E. to provide accommodation and shelter to the gun crews at the Battery site. Visited with @Maniac . Deep shelter 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Plotting room 1 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
  15. History (taken from The_Raw) Great Tew Manor was originally built around 1730, with extensions added in 1834 and 1856. Shortly after the First World War the owner died and the house was left empty until the 1960s. A further period of neglect in the 80s left most of the house uninhabitable. Visited after a meal in a nice pub with @The_Raw and @Maniac. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19


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