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Conrad last won the day on October 3 2016

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  1. Italy Metalworks - 05/2017

    Nice one, looks like a grand place.
  2. Awesome man I like that, nicely shot.
  3. UK Bletchley Park - Milton Keynes - May 2017

    Sweet! Nicely shot, good that such a pivotal piece of history remains unvandalised and in good condition.
  4. History (courtesy of Wikipedia) Founded in 1447 by John Kempe, the Archbishop of York, as a college for the training of priests, in 1894, the school moved to new premises, and the South Eastern Agricultural College was established in the buildings with Alfred Daniel Hall as principal. In 1898, Wye became a School of Agriculture within the University of London. Until 2005, Wye College was a well-known study and research centre in the fields of rural business and management, biological sciences, and the environment and agriculture. The college was officially closed by its then owner, Imperial College London, in September 2009. Visit Visited with @SlimJim and a non member. Internally the place is bare but the interior is in good condition, any excuse to get out on a summers day. Shown below are only the Biology and Chemistry blocks as the site is spread over several satellite sites.
  5. USA Boston construction site, March 17

    A different skyline. I like it!
  6. UK New Scotland Yard, London - November 2016

    Proper quality, ace all round.
  7. France Odeon Raccord - Paris - Jan 17

    Decent that the walkie talkie's cleared off , looks proper fun, nicely done.
  8. UK MRAO No shakes No waffle.

    Nice, super slick videography if you ask me.
  9. Germany Chemiewerk, Germany - December 2016

    Nice one Jim I enjoyed this one, shots,
  10. The whole place looks awesome. I've never seen anything like pictures 5 and 6 part of a substation? Or maybe bus bars?
  11. I'm liking the shots on your chernobyl posts . Putting aside the history of the place it's pretty cool to see most of it untouched with very little/no graffiti.
  12. That really is something else, very lush.
  13. Finding myself in the area I thought I would drop by in the interest of efficiency, despite being stripped pretty bare it's still worth a stroll having some interesting stuff. Turned up wanting to climb the headstock but after seeing a worker parked in front of it I thought in the interest of not taking the piss I disappeared inside the building instead. Saw the power house and building containing the winding engine. History Courtesy of wikipedia. The colliery opened in 1916. The pit was stopped in 2001, and restarted 2007; the mine passed through a number of different owners in the early part of the 21st century, with subsequent operators entering receivership. During the same period the site was proposed as the location for high-technology coal burning power stations schemes which did not proceed.
  14. Awesome place with its mint condition. Sweet shots.
  15. UK POW Camp 116, Hatfield Heath - October 2016

    Nicely done avoiding the dog walkers. An important bit of history, looks like a decent sized site.