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  1. Out and about looking for derps, drove past this interesting place by the roadside, turns out the cottage was lasted used as an office for a small firm. Quite shit, but hey worth a couple pics Not the best, but far from the worst I've done, still another one ticked off the list and a 40 min explore done
  2. Seeing Landie mans report spurred me on to visit this stunning lump of 1930s building situated right in the middle of Leicester on Bishops Street. After getting in with a bit of a faff and a lot of noise we found ourselves in the main hall as the sky brightened, and what a wonderful place this is. It closed in 2008 after being bought by Leicester City Council and the future, subject to planning permission is conversion into yet more awful student accomodation. The developers had hoped to have it ready in September 2014 but it obviously didn't happen. I loved this place, it's truly stunning. Visited with OverArch and jo on a day full of top class derping. Thanks for looking, more here https://www.flickr.com/photos/mookie427/sets/72157650463447332/
  3. 1. Amt 01 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 2. Amt 02 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 3. Amt 03 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 4. Amt 04 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 5. Amt 05 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr
  4. Wow. Just Wow. This place is incredible; I could have spent a whole day in here and camped over! My God, why do they not build such luscious Post Offices anymore?! This Art Deco Post Office in The Midlands in England opened in 1935 and was built from coarse grained De Lank Granite. By 1954 this was the first post office in the UK to have a machine that informed package senders the postage to anywhere in the world. The site closed its doors in November 2007 and has sat ever since. It costs the taxpayer £30,000 a year and was sold to the City Council for £1.4 Million ($2.12 Million) in 2008 There was talk about demolition to make way for student accommodation. I would be very sad if that happened. Please excuse my awful, noisy photos. #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 #10 #11 #12 Sorry about the noise, will return soon!
  5. Found this roof with gabe, extreme_ironing and monkey near the river in London. It's currently a construction site for a new block of offices. Not especially high but proof that you don't necessarily need to go too high to get a good view of the London skyline. There's a few like this in the area at the moment, on with some pics. Looking towards the Tower of London Looking towards Tower Bridge, another nicely placed little roof in view.... HMS Belfast The Shard & London Bridge The City The Leadenhall building, otherwise known as the cheese grater The walkie bloody talkie and a church which is a ruin from a WWII bombing, only the spire remains intact Thanks for looking and Happy New Year!!
  6. This was a recent accidental stumble upon, Rowlandsway House in Wythenshawe, Manchester. The structure used to accommodate Shell employees, seemed like a pretty standard office block. Access was fairly easy with pretty slack security, but be aware of motion censored alarm/lights in main reception! Planning to go back before further demolishment as want to get more images when i have some proper equipment on me. Horrible building from the outside but internally its quite an interesting explore with some beautiful light in the late afternoon. (google image)
  7. I'd seen this place through the trees when driving by. I went to check if it was abandoned. I think it was a farm originally, then turned into auto shop/garage/towing or something similar. Several sheds farm style 159 (2) (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr Walking up to the main house 162 (2) (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr 187 (2) (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr Lots of cars outside 172 (2) (427x640) by yippiyey, on Flickr 174 (2) (427x640) by yippiyey, on Flickr 175 (2) (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr 180 (2) (427x640) by yippiyey, on Flickr 201 (2) (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr 202 (2) (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr 212 (2) (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr 220 (2) (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr 230 (2)1 (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr 240 (2) (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr 246 (2)12 (427x640) by yippiyey, on Flickr 251 (2)1 (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr Kind of difficult to get good photos of the cars because of growth and them cramped together. Especially of this fella. 259 (2)1 (427x640) by yippiyey, on Flickr 253 (2)1 (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr 273 (2) (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr 276 (2) (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr 285 (2) (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr 304 (2)1 (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr 310 (2) (427x640) by yippiyey, on Flickr 321 (2)12 (427x640) by yippiyey, on Flickr 324 (2) (640x427) by yippiyey, on Flickr
  8. Old royal mail office?

    Took a wrong turn the other day and noticed this, what looks like an old sorting office? Anyone had a snout?
  9. Found this, not sure if anyone has been down here, but some explorers have, link below. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/London_Post_Office_Railway
  10. Right myself Space Invader,nelly.obscurity,SK and silver rainbow went for a wander. Excuse write up..on virtual keyboard,bust last one...This was a bonus after millenium mills.right crack people! just a quick look but fun:thumb
  11. Stupid bloody spur of the moment explores...Gotta love em. Whilst walking back from doing a quick site visit with a dodgy kodak compact from work, I spotted an open door, what good fortune Only got a few pics cos I was due back at work, should hopefully revisit soon, I hope the door is still open Peace, Out Shadow

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