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    • By Paulpowers

      There is nothing worse than traveling for a few hours only to find a site completely sealed up
      Please only post sites that you have personally witnessed as there being zero chance of anyone gaining entrance
    • Guest Dubbednavigator
      By Guest Dubbednavigator
      About time i posted properly!
      The majority, if not all of my explores are already vastly covered on here and whilst i fully intend on posting them - i thought id do a "best of"
      So, some of my favourite pictures over the years..

      St Johns, Chelmsford

      West Park, Epsom

      Sleaford Maltings, Lincolnshire

      Harperbury Asylum, Hertfordshire

      West Park, Epsom

      Marconi Radio Factory, Chelmsford

      Marconi Radio Factory, Chelmsford

      Severalls Asylum, Colchester

      West Park, Epsom

      And finally...
      Sleaford (terrified)


    • By Maniac
      Thought I'd start a thread here to list all those useful websites that provide aerial photography and mapping.
      Flashearth, sadly not as useful since they removed google from the selection available. Quick and easy to use thou.
      Google maps - more up-to-date images generally, but somewhat limited by the small viewing window. Can flick from map view to aerial view nice and easily.
      Google earth - same aerial photography as google maps, but you can zoom in further and it runs a bit better. There's lots of handy plugins as well.
      Where is that parth or street? A handy display of Google aerial images and OS maps side by side. Best used in the early hours of the morning, as the OSmaps have a maximum of 30,000 views a day by the site, and that gets used up pretty fast by people like us!
      Old OS maps overlay in google maps. Very handy for relating old maps to the current landscape. There's also links to several other old mapping sites from this one.
      OS maps overlay for Google earth. download this KML file and plug it into Google earth, the result is a transparant overlay of current OS maps over google earth aerial images, really handy tool, and the maps change detail as you zoom in. Again suffers from the 30,000 fetches a day from the OS website.
      http://www.brock-family.org/gavin/googl ... smaps.html
      Hope you find them useful. Feel free to add others you may know of to this thread.