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  1. Fifth Urbex Anniversary, Thanks for the Memories -Pic Heavy- (mod note: This has been cut up into 4 parts) Firstly I am SO sorry about the image count but this thread really means a lot to me and it’s been emotional writing it as it has brought up so many memories, good ones, and bad ones with tales of woe that the urbex itself helped me overcome. - Well I am glad I am writing this report up. First of all I am not egotistical, just very nostalgic. I am by far not an elitist explorer but I can definitely say I have been the Aylesbury and perhaps even Bucks Explorer; usually quite quick at reporting on sites before they are gone. Taking all into account, please accept this “blog” as you will. I haven’t been as active as many, only covering 100 or more places over the years, but I am glad to mark my fifth urbex anniversary this Sunday (16/02), having gone from a curious “fence looker” and armchair explorer, (my passion sparked by the 1992 film “Trespass” and also certain areas on past GTA games, as well as having had an interest for as long as I can remember in derelicts.) to 100+ sites under my belt including Chernobyl and a lot around Wales and the North of England. I am proud of what I have achieved and where I have been and hope to get some European sites under my belt soon. I won’t bore you with a photo from every site I've been too, but choose a vast number to contrast the years (sorry to those forums with a limit but I feel so nostalgic right now). Maybe I have started a trend, everyone on their 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 etc urbex anniversary can make an oversized thread; I’d be interested in seeing other peoples milestones in time. So let it buffer and have a flick! First Urbex 16/02/09 #1 My first ever urbex location, the one that kicked it off. The BOCM Research Development Farm which is now a Nursing Home. Visited first with two friends then back again on my tod. Feb 2009, this is my first ever urbex; starting with the first photo: #2 #3 http://www.flickr.com/photos/landie_man/3861095461/in/set-72157621366504561 Before the “selling out to the Daily Mail” days, I innocently made a local interest report back in the day as the site was a total derp. This was in our local rag. The biggest pile of derp known to man but everyone has to have a first! I revisited with a new camera in August 2009 and did a massive historical report on my first ever site. Some interesting things actually happened here which have paved the way for modern meat and egg production but the site is a derp!!! Milestone Two My second Milestone would be April 2009, my first proper building. Chesham Cottage Hospital, once again I revisited in August of that year and re-reported. #4 Crappy April shot #5 August Shot #6 Milestone Three I guess my third milestone was my next explore which I royally screwed up photo wise but showed the community Aylesburys most photographed urbex. The old cinema. Again, I visited here in August 2009 to re-shoot. #7 #8 This is April Style! #9 August Style #10 #11 Cant forget my most visited site ever, The Water Eaton Grain Silo #12 #13 #14 Milestone Four First out of home turf explore and first London Explore, Unisys. #15 #16 #17 For me the next two years were amazing urbex wise, in my eyes anyway, 2009 and 10 were pretty good and 11 started well but went on a decline into 2012, so here is a few choice photos from 09-14 in order of date #18 #19 #20 #21 #21 #22 #23 #24 #25 On to 2010 #26 #27 #29 #30
  2. Evening chaps (& chappettes!) Been browsing the forum a bit and like the feel and vibe of it compared to other sites I've been on! Not gonna lie, seen some of Baron's Belgium pics, amongst others, on Facebook and they were sublime which brought me here! I've not been able to find a group of explorers up here in Edinburgh but seems like a few of you guys are from around the central belt? Wouldn't mind getting to know you's better and starting to tag along next time round. Happy to travel and what not. Anyone able to point me in the direction of the folk up here that are friendly enough to welcome a 'new' explorer? Would really appreciate it guys! I've done a fair few explores up here and in the North East of England which have all been covered in depth before but have a list as long as my arm! Keep up the good work guys, in awe at a lot of the photos! Cheers for the help, Nitro
  3. Hi people. Reasonably new to sploring, think I did my first splore in January this year fairly local splores but now getting around a bit more, done a few Hospitals/asylums & the odd church, farm houses etc. I've moved across the Oblivion FB page which I joined probably a couple of months ago, really please to be part of that with the obviously talented photographers posting on there. Busy time for me right now but I will post some pics as soon as I get some free time! Cheers all & thanks for looking!
  4. hey guys

    hey guys. just thought id say hi. i was recommended to this forum so thought id take a look and join up. ive tried starting a new thread but its denying it as im only allowed limited photos. do u now how many i can have.
  5. Hey Up Guys!!

    Just registered after an invite from Nelly, just popping on to say hello....usually found skulking around with Oldskool ( for my sins!! ). Right lets go have a butchers around Cheers Critical!!
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