Longtime urban explorer (43 years so far) currently residing in South Florida where there is absolutely nothing of interest but I was lucky enough to spend 38 years in the Northeast where there are/were numerous Kirkbride Design Asylums, abandoned subway stops, hospitals, cemeteries, etc and 5 years in the United Kingdom where there are everything and anything of interest.
By Ninja Kitten
After a rammed weekend of full on splores with my besty PS this was a place that ide wanted to lookaround for some time..After probably gaining the most cheekiest ever entry in we literally couldnt beleive what we were looking at...they just shut the doors on this place and walked out the doors...totally facinating...you could almost hear the machines whirring away and the workforce busy at their stations...I yet again did my excited ninja routine and managed to shoot off only a few pics so im hoping PS has some to add...A fab splore Tink as always.... i hope you enjoy my pics as much as we enjoyed this one...thankyou for looking in
Just another explorer and adventure seeker as fro the start of 2017 i started to film and make short movies from my adventures and explores, I've been urban exploring ever since i can remember but i'm new to the forums.. I look forward to sharing experiences and connecting with like minded people
I recently had a urbex weekend adventure and did a vlog style video and thought this may be suitable to share here as it gives you a little insight to me and what i get up to. Also the places i visited have been my first posts to the forum. I will also link those below as they each have their own video and report.
Here are my first of hopefully many posts to come.
YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/rosswallaceadventures
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Long time member of the facebook-group but today it hit me I never registered on the forums so I thought it was time!
I come from the cold north, Norway. Ever since I was a kid I explored the leftovers from world war II (we have A LOT), I studied film then went to photography and art-school and today I mostly do abandoned military sites, war battlefields & history - but anything abandoned draws me right in, you all probably have the same feeling
I look forward to diving into the archives here and I will share some of my adventure!