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  1. UK maastricht skyscraper quarry, May 2013

    it was indeed, dan had been going on about it for weeks no stop lol thanks people
  2. This quarry is located just outside of maastricht in the south of Holland and has got to be one of the best I have visited. We stopped here at the end of our recent euro trip, stayed on a great campsite nearby before driving home. It was a nice end to the trip, I highly recommend a visit. Looking at some of the graffiti the quarry shut down in the 80's but work must have started pre 1900. In places the roof was 30-50 ft tall and the passages went on for miles, which made it fun trying to get out:cool: visited with urban junky, spanners and daz ​
  3. sick mate, some of the best photos i have have seen of the place
  4. Ladybower - Jan 2013

    that is real cool mate, the first pic is awesome
  5. RAF Greenham Common August 2012

    cheers guys, its well worth a look
  6. Woolen It. - 2012

    now that is good, your pictures look so good on my new screen
  7. RAF Greenham Common August 2012

    Opened in 1942, it was used by both the Royal Air Force and United States Army Air Forces during World War II and the United States Air Force during the Cold War. After the Cold War ended, it was closed in 1993. The airfield was also known for the Greenham Common Women's Peace Camp held outside its gates in the 1980s. Greenham Common airfield was one of several wartime airfields in the Salisbury Plain area and was originally intended for use as an RAF Bomber Command Operational Training Unit. It was built to the Class A airfield standard, the main feature of which was a set of three converging runways each containing a concrete runway for takeoffs and landings, optimally placed at 60 degree angles to each other in a triangular pattern connecting to an enclosing perimeter track, of a standard width of 50 feet. The land for the airfield was acquired in May 1941 and the runways were built in early 1942 with one main and two secondary runways with assorted loop and pan dispersal hardstands connecting to an enclosing perimeter track, of a standard width of 50 feet. The runway today is all overgrown and you can freely walk around it now days the bomb storage part has about 5 fence's if i remember correct but all are very easy and its public land anyway, it has a secca who lives in a caravan on site for some reason but we didn't hear a thing. it was quite a while ago now but im sure it wouldn't have changed much
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