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Everything posted by jones-y-gog

  1. Interesting question, however the link appears to no longer work...
  2. Although I might be slightly biased I can't see any reason for wanting to unsubscribe 😉
  3. Some awesome examples there, 8, 21 & 22 look familiar
  4. Brilliant stuff!
  5. Wow that was something else
  6. Beat me to it with the St Josephs Seminary @hamtagger lol That one at Sleaford maltings is EPIC!!!
  7. If corridors float your boat the best place to go was Severalls - these were the most amazing corridors I've ever seen. The main corridor of Cambridge Military Hospital was said to be a mile long. A bit of an exaggeration maybe, more realistic estimates say its 250 meters. Whichever, its a whopping long corridor The corridor of the Duga complex near Chernobyl seemed endless as well Here's one I liked at Haslar And finally one from Beelitz that could fit the brief for doors and doorways thread....
  8. Truly breathtaking collection that @Andy Its a hard act to follow
  9. I thought exactly the same, it is similar!
  10. Here's a few of my doors and doorways. I'll start with asylums, you're guaranteed to see lots and lots of photogenic doors... Nuclear bunker blast door Vagrants ward (remnant of an old workhouse) Prison H15 Sheffield courthouse cell Pritzer Fac Cambridge Military Hospital Childrens ward And of course possibly the most iconic doors ever....
  11. Maybe one or two you haven't covered @hamtagger
  12. There's some corkers there mate!
  13. This is a great idea, I'll go digging through the archives when I get home
  14. Great report that Nico, I would be happy to see some more if you have the chance
  15. It's interesting to see how the place looks these days. I appreciate you will have put a lot of effort into editing the video. What I would say is realistically I'm not sure if people's attention span is going to stretch to 24 minutes. Just my opinion of course. Maybe it reflects the fact I'm getting on a bit but there's so much to do and so little time, I'd say to aim for 5-10 minutes.
  16. Bloody hell what a collection that is!!!! As The Raw said, quite a few I've not even heard of let alone seen before. Part of me thinks it's great to see these fascinating historical places have been documented properly before the vast majority got demolished or redeveloped. The other part of me is insanely jealous
  17. Fantastic report again! Great details.
  18. Really great collection of photographs, enjoyed looking at these. It looks like an amazing location - the kind of place you could spend many hours and lose track of time!
  19. Thats an amazing find and some great photos. The different sized coffins in particular are very striking .
  20. That's a great report, I like the way your photographs and words capture the feeling of the place
  21. Seems like an interesting back story to this lol