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    • By Hooismans
      In this video we are exploring an abandoned asylum which opened in 1930 and closed in 1997.
       
      I hope you liked the video!
       
       
    • By Hooismans
      This is my first video of this 60s hotel located somewhere in Italy.
       
      I hope you liked the video!
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
    • By The Urban Collective
      The Old Sodality Club #Leigh Lanc's
       
      This video is the first of my new series #bygonepubs where Il be documenting the steady decline of these wonderful gathering holes as the corporations' franchises and chains etc increase their stamp on society.
       
      I've had wonderful feedback from many people since posting this video on "cough cough" Facebook, who've told me many wonderful stories about the place before it was lost to economic decline thank's to the powers that be.
       
      I believe the place closed in 2010 ish and was once a popular watering hole for many a denizen. From parties to football to darts and karaoke the place once bustled with the familiar tone's of friendship and alcoholism "Swigs his Guinness".
      You can almost hear the faint echoes of the past in places like these so I'd like to share my documentation of the place in a video format as I did not get many pics.
       
      Thanks for any feedback guys.
       
      PEACE
       
       
      The Urban Collective
      We Film It...
       
       
       
       
       
    • By The Urban Collective
      Hey, guys, we are the Urban Collective and we don't want you to think we're here for views or to sell teeshirts like most of the tripe you see on YouTube (No disrespect intended)...
       
      We actually have a genuine new found passion for #UrbanExploration and have been constantly uploading Photographic and video reports to @obliviontate recently and will continue to do so.
       
      We'd just like take a moment to share our new trailer for the channel for a bit of feedback and just to let you guys know we exist.
       
      We're always paying attention to what others do, and give good positive feedback on posts across the forum and the web.
      We adhere to the rules Urban Exploring and would just like to continue to share our experiences photos videos etc with like minded people within an awesome community.
       
      We are just that face in the crowd watching as the high streets dwindle and the corporations take over.
       
      We are The Urban Collective
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      By the way guys, i hope I posted this in the right place? 
      Sorry if I didn't I didn't want to post it in the videos bit because it is not a report cheers guy's.
    • By little_boy_explores
       
      following the decline of industries Sheffield offers plenty interns of urban exploring... from abandoned breweries, redundant steel works and leisure sites. It's difficult to experience all this in a single outing therefore I have compiled this into three years of exploring the city. Having started out at relatively low level explores and advancing this further to more harder to reach buildings here are some of the most important abandoned buildings Sheffield offers. If not for the buildings themselves Sheffield's street art is an important part of the explore. Often explorers take to photography for the art which is of a high standard coming from a far to experience this. Historically the buildings offer more than the art its self... the buildings often dating back to the victorian era give great scope to capture real history of the city. Often buildings have either been destroyed or are in the process of this. Been able to capture the buildings in their original state albeit a derelict one captures the cities past... and more importantly the history of British industry. 
       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       
       
       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       
       
       

       

       
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