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  1. That abit nice mate! Lots of clocks in there
  2. That's abit nice mate! Those projectors are wicked
  3. UK Redcar Blast Furnace - April 2016

    One of my favourite places! Got some really nice shots there and I've gotta agree with Andy the wind turbines shot is awesome
  4. looks like a fun day out! is it one of those if the red flag is flying dont walk around ranges or just pray they aren't dropping bombs and hope for the best?
  5. France Eglise MM, France - November 2016

    That's lush!!!
  6. UK New Scotland Yard, London - November 2016

    Inside looks cool enough but fck me that view is epic! Nice work mate
  7. What a find! Interesting history and some lovely shots to go with it did you take it for a spin??
  8. Looks like a fun trip! can imagine how chuffed you was when you saw it after being told it was gone cracking report as always
  9. Right in the feels! It's such a shame places like this seem to have no use in the present day brilliant report mate
  10. UK Winnington soda ash (TATA) Jan

    Nice report mate! Is parts of this site still in use? Few friends got into a bit of bother when they visited
  11. Never fancied this place but your report has changed my mind! Cracking stuff mate
  12. Cool stuff mate need to make the effort to see this soon! Is it possible to climb the headstock?
  13. Thanks Andy, it is a good feeling finding a new place and makes it much more interesting exploring not knowing what you will find!
  14. Thanks Andy & Andy It did have plenty of character
  15. Vandicourt Quarry is a geological Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). The rocks here are limestones which were formed in a shallow tropical sea, known as the Zechstein Sea, about 255 million years ago during the Permian Period. The Zechstein Sea extended from eastern England across northern Europe. During the second world war the tunnels beneath the quarry were used by local people as air raid shelters. I came across this place a fair few months ago with @Fatpanda after heading over to see his new house i noticed a quarry from the side of the road so off we headed to see what was there, and to our amazement we actually found a tunnel at the base of the limestone cliff which led to a rather small set of tunnels which were filled with lots of rusty old bike wheels, and some other rusty items. There was a few old newspapers too but they were in a fairly bad state so I couldn't make out the dates There is evidence that local yobbos use the place drinking venue too Sorry if some of the shots seem a little overexposed but I found it pretty hard to take photos in here for some reason! Thanks for looking