Urbexbandoned

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  1. UK

    I don't think I can remember an explore where you haven't emptied your bowels! Fuck sitting on that toilet though! Your a braver man than me. Hovering is where it's at nice set, was a nice little mooch this
  2. UK

    Thank you No vandalism at all in D Block, always nice Thanks mate, hahaha! I will make sure you demonstrate this under water dancing next time I see you Most definitely Lee, I really liked this Thanks Andy Thank you Andy
  3. There are a few guys on here from Scotland but I'm not sure if they'd give out locations etc. Might be worth just doing a little research on places you intend to visit and see what you come up with. What part of Scotland are you going to?
  4. UK

    Looks like a really nice place, some bits remind me of chaise abbey. It would be lovely to see what happens after resto. The guy sounds like a dick!
  5. Germany

    I really like this! I love the fact that its more or less intact, even with the curtains and I love the wooden cross on it. Really nice
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  7. History, of which I (believe it or not!!) didn't steal from another poster!! Bletchley Park was the central site for British codebreakers during World War II. It housed the Government Code and Cypher School (GC&CS), which regularly penetrated the secret communications of the Axis Powers – most importantly the German Enigma and Lorenz ciphers. The official historian of World War II British Intelligence has written that the "Ultra" intelligence produced at Bletchley shortened the war by two to four years, and that without it the outcome of the war would have been uncertain. There were 16 huts, mostly timber built. Some of those are still on site, most are demolished. One of them, Hut 4 which was used for Naval intelligence is now used as a restaurant for the museum. There were quite a few brick built blocks too, most of which still stand on the site. Block A: Naval Intelligence. Block B: Italian Air and Naval, and Japanese code breaking. Block C: Stored the substantial punch-card index. Block D: Enigma work, extending that in huts 3, 6, and 8. Block E: Incoming and outgoing Radio Transmission and TypeX. Block F: Included the Newmanry and Testery, and Japanese Military Air Section. It has since been demolished. Block G: Traffic analysis and deception operations. Block H: Tunny and Colossus (now The National Museum of Computing). Explore I visited with @hamtagger & @Session9. We had wanted to visit this place for some time and as we were making our way through the H & V's of Milton Keynes I was vocally expressing my reminiscence at the days I used to take journeys to go raving and got pretty excited when we came across V7 Saxon Street! Anyway when we got there I was quite surprised that this sat literally in the middle of a really built up area. We had a nice dander round Block G and then through to Block D. I really enjoyed it, very leisurely explore. No one around, at all. Everything was perfectly silent and at one point I even sat next to a window listening to visitors of the museum talk about how their wife really did make a shit cup of coffee. I liked the decay, especially in Block D. There was so much memorabilia I could have spent days here just trying to work out what everything was! Really pleased we eventually got around to visiting. Anyway, on to the pics. (apologies, these are completely non edited as Flickr is stillshit but not as shit as photofuckit) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Thanks for looking!
  8. Nicely shot! I like your style of pictures I enjoyed this place when I visited, not much has changed
  9. UK

    Really like 4 & 11 Some really nice detailed features too. Not too shabby really either, graf isnt too bad either
  10. This is nice and as mentioned above, considering when it closed its in really good condition. The science areas remind me of my old school actually. Nice work
  11. UK

    Nice mate As Hamtagger said we were here recently and I loved it. I have to agree on the med room. Real little gem here. Still, I found it fascinating
  12. New Zealand

    That's a real array of buildings there. Nice though and pretty photogenic to say the least. I enjoyed reading the history and plans for the future on this place
  13. That first shot is perfect! Scroll down to pic 12 and it's almost like it's not the same place. Really nice Andy and I liked the history
  14. UK

    This is one of those places that I'd love to have seen a few years back. Those broken stairs are a bit mad. Love the balustrade.

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