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  1. jane doe

    Great Britain Regional Goverment Bunker SRHQ 4.2 Hertford August 2012

    “Only three SRHQ bunkers are of recent construction- Basingstoke, (SRHQ62), Herford (SRHQ42) and Southport (SRHQ10). Each has the same rough design, a All two-storey concrete basement below government office blocks built in the late 1960s. Walls are 20-30 inches thick (50-75cm) and each has its...
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    Great Britain Short Brothers Sea Plane Factory kent January 2013

    Dating back as early as 1897, the Short Brothers had always had an interest in aviation. At the turn of the century they were already selling coal-gas filled balloons for people to fly, but it was the first flight by two brothers in 1903 that really intrigued them. Eustace, Oswald and Horace...
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    Great Britain Plas Gwynfryn Gwyned May 2014

    The mansion was built in about 1876 for £70,000 - the equivalent of around £3million today - for Sir Hugh Ellis-Nanney, landowner, magistrate and politician. Plas Gwynfryn was a family home for about 50 years then became a retirement home for clergy and was used as a hospital during the war...
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    Great Britain RAF NOCTON HOSPITAL LINCOLNSHIRE AUGUST 2020

    RAF Hospital Nocton Hall opened in June 1947 with 740 bed’s serving predominantly RAF personnel. It was used by forces personnel, their families and local civilians until it closed on 31 March 1983. In 1984 it was leased as a wartime contingency hospital to the USAF and then on 30 September 1995...
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    Great Britain COULSDON DEEP SHELTER SURREY JANUARY 2013

    Around the time of WW2 Surrey County Council commissioned the building of four deep shelters, Coulsdon Deep Shelter was the fourth and was built within the grounds of Cane Hill Asylum. After the war, the shelter was purchased by Cox, Hargreaves and Thomson, Limited who specialised in the...
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    Great Britain Porth Wen Brickworks 2017

    It was opened at the turn of the last century to make refractory bricks for use in the steel industry. The bricks were exported by sea from the works' own harbour. The whole operation closed down at the start of the first world war and most of it has slowly rusted away ever since.
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    Great Britain Dorton House School 2013

    Dorton House, formerly known as Wildernesse, is a Grade II listed Georgian mansion house in Seal, Kent, near Sevenoaks; until 2013 it was used as the headquarters for the Royal London Society for the Blind (RLSB) and as housing for the blind and partially sighted children who attended its...
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    Great Britain Broadoaks manor surrey 2012

    This was a nice explore ....but would probably be awesome if it was nicely decaying ...
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    Great Britain Hammill Brickworks 2012

    Hammill brickworks closed in 2008 and is now a housing estate ... 
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    St Johns Hospital 2012

    I remember this being a real nice explore except for loads of pigeon shite everywhere     
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    Great Britain Lillesden School Kent 2012

    The school occupies what used to be the Lillesden Estate Mansion, built at the estate (south of Hawkhurst) in 1855 by the banker Edward Loyd, who moved there after marrying. The house and estate remained in the family until just after the First World War, when it was then sold and eventually...
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    Belstone pumping station 2010

    Visited here in 2010 nice little pumping station on Dartmoor .sorry about the rubbish pictures  .The pumping station closed in the 1960's.
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    Hartwood Asylum October 2015

     The main Hartwood Hospital building block with central towers with side wings was designed and built from 1890 by the local architect J L Murray from Biggar as the Lanark District Asylum covering the Lanarkshire area. The hospital closed in 1999
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    Denbigh Asylum 2014

    Explored in 2014 ...gutted inside but still beautiful outside :)  
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    School Folkestone 2013

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    Great Britain Berkyn Manor - June 2012

    A little gem of a place ...went here when  it was guarded by a very irate bull lol :)              
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    Great Britain Snowdown Colliery 2014

    Snowdown was the deepest colliery in Kent reaching well over 3,000 ft (915 metres). It was also the hottest and most humid pit in Kent and was given the name 'Dante's Inferno' by the miners. Regarded by many as the worst pit to work at in Britain, most Snowdown miners worked naked because...
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    Great Britain Murphy Machinery Yorkshire 2015

    Established in 1926, G.L. Murphy was a family run business and supplied bespoke machinery to the tanning industry, as well as building rag cutting and cable stripping machinery.  The company also provide refurbishment and renovation works for various machinery types. 
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    Glen O Dee Hospital Scotlnd 2015

    Unfortunatly  the Glen o dee hospital was pretty trashed , a few nice little bits :)  
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    Predannack Airfield 2010

    Predannack opened in 1941 as an RAF base, but today is the satellite airfield to RNAS Culdrose - it is a restricted MOD site and an active airfield used daily for flying training and also provides our Fire Fighting training facility. The area is heavily utilised by Culdrose helicopter squadrons...
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