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    Zeche Hugo - November 2014

    Zeche Hugo Well this place has been photographed and reported numerous times so won't bore you with a load of text So on with the photos
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    Box and Swan Mine

    Myself and makepondsnotwar (Jess) hired a helicopter to travel up country to hit a few mines. We secured a highly trained guide Lee, that would put an Everest Sherpa to shame. We entered the box mine and as our tour guide was squeezing through the tight gap, we all heard the rumbling...
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    The Underwater Ballroom adventure - October 2014

    The Visit In the cover of darkness armed with a standard issue SAS inflatable boat bought for 25 pounds through ebay, and coloured orange with all the mod con's including ample space, well maybe for two midgets. Our old and newly required special set of skills and experiences and some added...
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    Monceau-sur-Sambre Power Plant (IM Power Plant) - Belgium - September 2014

    The Visit Again this visit was with the The-Raw, Extreme Ironing and 3 non members, this one was a little trickier but fun, being a live site due to the demolition crew being in there and the fact trucks were going past (sorry Extreme for making so much noise when that bar fell through the...
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    IM Cooling Tower - Belgium - September 2014

    THE VISIT Decided to take a jump over to Belgium with The-Raw, Extreme Ironing and Three non-members..told them to get the arse in gear and join up on this site..damn sad arses ha ha Cracking weekend was had by all, and if anyone wants a great van to hire go for Matt Snowball van hire, we got...
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    Jameah Islameah School, East Sussex, April 2014

    History Jameah Islameah School was an independent Islamic school in East Sussex. The school was located on a 54 acre site and had residential facilities to house male students aged 11 to 16. The school was independently owned and the proprietor functioned as the principal. In December, 2005...
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    Cocking Limeworks - West Sussex - April 2014

    Went out to the countryside to investigate a possibility that only ended up being a group of tents and a possible dodgy commune, so a quick search found this to be near, so not wanting to waste a day out thought I would drop by for a little look. History 1833. The earliest record of the...
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    RAF Bawdsey R3 Rotor Bunker - Suffolk - April 2014 (PIC Heavy)

    Visit Visited this place with a non-member, was great to have some fresh air and the lack of that appealing aroma of pigeon crap which has accompanied me on most of my recent trips, This was the first explore with a non-member (Thanks for the invite) and a nice relaxing explores with some...
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    Queen Elizabeth Hospital - Hackney - London - April 2014

    The Visit Arrive early in the morning with The_Raw and a non member Went for the most convenient access with a nice camera to add our way. Whilst in the basement The_Raw decided to greet some people, presumably the demolition management team, with a rather odd "Hello" and a little hide in the...
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    Severalls Asylum - Colchester - April 2014

    History The 300-acre (1.2 km2) site housed some 2000 patients and was based on the "Echelon plan" - a specific arrangement of wards, offices and services within easy reach of each other by a network of interconnecting corridors. This meant that staff were able to operate around the site without...
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    Tolly Cobbold - Ipswich - April 2014

    HISTORY Blatantly stolen from bassboyjoe (Cheers for that) The business that became Cliff Brewery was started in 1723 ( in Kings Quay Street, Harwich) by Thomas Cobbold and is believed to be the second oldest independent brewery in England. It stood above the quays of the River Orwell at...
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    St Clement's Hospital - bow, East London - April 2014 (Visited March 2014)

    Visit This was a great little explore with The_Raw. On the first visit some funny random things straight from the start, including being locked in by security, finding some strange torture chair, both being attacked by pigeons plus some others. On the second visit I noticed a couple of Squibb...
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    Battersea Power Station, London, April 2014

    History Battersea Power Station is a decommissioned coal-fired power station located on the south bank of the River Thames. The station ceased generating electricity in 1983, but over the past 50 years it has become one of the best known landmarks in London. On 7 June 2012 it was sold to SP...
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    Millennium Mills, Silvertown, London, March 2014

    History The Millennium Mills is a derelict turn of 20th century flour mill in West Silvertown on the south side of the Royal Victoria Dock, between the Thames Barrier and the ExCel exhibition centre alongside the newly built Britannia village, in Newham, London, England. Along with Millennium...
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    Koi Fish Farm, Newchapel, Surrey - March 2014

    Few days ago, was bored at work so decided to head out to see what was around, Stumbled on this one, not much but good for a 15 minute look around
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    Deepdene Southern Railway Control Bunker, Surrey - March 2014

    Headed up to Deepdene Bunker with The_Raw for company, Little interesting getting in, and the spiral staircase is a death trap, but persevered and after some delicate movements we were at the bottom, Nice little mooch around
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    Brunel Campus, Runnymede, Egham, March 2014 (Visited - February 2014)

    Hi All A little exploration around this place uncovered some little surprises, Another joint venture with The Raw Demolition crew in now, and signs they have been for a while
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    West Park Hospital Sports and Social Club, Epsom March 2014 (Visited Dec 2013)

    Visited this place back in Dec 2013 With West Park Hospital rapidly getting redeveloped this one is worth a few minutes if your passing. Couple of professional pool tables still left inside, and considering it was left abandoned around 2007 I'm surprised it's not a total wreck. Disturbingly a...
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    St Peters Mortuary, Chertsey, Surrey, March 2014 (Visited - January 2014)

    Visited this back in January I know it's been done to death :tumbleweed (excuse that really bad joke) but really needed to tick it off my list before it's gone. It's a total flooded mess now. Had to do the obligatory lying on the table photo, Hope it doesn't offend anyone. Bit of History...
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    West Park Mortuary, Epsom, Surrey, March 2014 (Visited Dec 2013)

    As this place was just up the road from me had to get a look before it was shut and cleared for good Which it has sadly :( Building is still there, but all is stripped out and skipped
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