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U-Verlagerung "Saar" - [visit .../2015]

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    • By Wevsky
      Right wasnt gunna do this post cos the main bit we went to see st matrins kinda placed obsticles for my 2 friends i got in but as they couldnt i ended up coming out again visited a place in folkstone the name of which escapes me cos i was in the back of van..2nd spot we visited was given info from a local..bit naff as it was just a staircase leading down a tunnel to a small room with an exit at end of,i personanly do not like heights cliff edges nor the 45 degree angles and narrow pathways leading in and out so my arse was flapping to the point i may have shouted "i want my mummy"..did it tho and if anyones recognsies the tunnel and knows about it do tell..right not many pics so short report
      Right this is inside the gate at st martins

      these few are inside the tunneled staircase

      And heres some from inside the shelter at folkestone all flash im afraid was fealing way too ill to spend much more time out

    • By PowerSurge
      I know there have already been a couple of posts on this place but I really love this place (must be something to do with my job ) With me on this visit where The Daddy, Trench (No relation to me ) Oldie68 and Ryda

      It was a lovely (if slightly cold) night for the visit. The stars where really noticeable

      The sidings and rolling stock at Shepherdswell

      That starry sky again

      The Daddy in his element. We had to physically drag him away

      Thanks to Oldie68 and Ryda for the information they gave us. It was nice to meet you both
    • By PowerSurge
      After a very successful previous visit it was decided to return to these beautiful old loco sheds and test out some of photographic skills some of you guys had passed onto us.
      As well as me and my exploring partner in crime Trench, we were also accompanied by KUE members The Daddy and new guy kenwilson.
      Once again thanks to Network Rail for letting us enter these old buildings. I personally can’t get enough of these sheds and had to be dragged away by the team so as
      we could get home

      An old Train Coupler (I Think)

      Im very happy with the following pics
      The Team shot

      I really enjoyed returning to these sheds. And it was brilliant to be able to be in them as it got darker. Thanks to Trench, The Daddy and kenwilson for coming along for the ride
    • By MiaroDigital
      Supply shaft - west
      a abandoned part of a german steal factory...

      Supply shaft west 01 by Miaro Digital, auf Flickr

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    • By Vief
      Last year I made a stop here and looked around these abandoned Boats. I really loved this place, very windy but also very peacefull.
      I know there is some History about this place, but I don't know why these boats are still lying there. Maybe someone can tell me