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    Great Britain Preston Odeon - Aug 19

    After trying to see this historic structure since one of first urban exploration trips four years back, finally in Summer we managed the catch the slim gap the property was open for. Preston Odeon Here's some history on the property courtesy of Cinema Treasures. Provincial Cinematograph...
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    Republic of Ireland Our Lady's Asylum - July 19

    Although the lesser of the two main asylums in this area, I was still very attracted to the excessive decay at Our Lady's and when we visited on our trip in Summer it was more than worth it. Our Lady's Asylum Our Lady’s Hospital first opened its doors in 1868 and was then known as Ennis...
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    Great Britain Cowling Mill - Dec 19

    With a completely free weekend for the first time in god knows how long, I was desperate to get out for at least a few hours. After two consecutive plans had to be cancelled due to surprise work shifts, I made use of the spare afternoon I ended up with on Sunday to visit this local spot, which...
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    Great Britain Protestant Martyr's Memorial Church - Sep 19

    After a harder success where only half of the four us exploring got into the location, we were looking for something close by that would be a nice spot for all of us to check out together. We ended up here, and it was a lot more interesting than anticipated. Protestant Martyr's Memorial Church...
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    Great Britain Winnington Calcium Plant - June 19

    Winnington Calcium Chloride Plant Only after we had finished exploring did we set off some motion sensors somewhere on the perimeter of the building, whilst we were taking some externals. The control room and obligatory industrial porn. Conical thickeners, which could settle out...
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    Great Britain Agecroft Substation with Control Room - July 19

    Agecroft 'A' Substation The Agecroft power stations refers to a series of three now demolished coal-fired power stations, which were situated between the eastern bank of the Manchester, Bolton and Bury Canal and the western bank of the River Irwell at Agecroft, Pendlebury, near Manchester...
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    Republic of Ireland Georgian House - July 19

    My apologies, supposedly it's been locked now as the site has a caretaker who lives on the grounds. As this was months ago
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    Republic of Ireland Georgian House - July 19

    Georgian House We overestimated any protection that was on this place. For about 45 mins we pushed through thick undergrowth to take a 'lowkey' approach to the building, when in reality, it was really easy. Connecting to the main building is a Victorian conservatory made with iron...
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    Italy Villa Sbertoli - July 19

    After spotting that I wasn't far from this beautiful place whilst away on a family holiday, I couldn't resist taking one morning to check it out. Villa Sbertoli Villa Sbertoli was built in the early 1800s by wealthy merchant Agostino Sbertoli. According to some sources he decided to turn the...
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    Great Britain Portraits in a WW2 Air Raid Shelter - May 19

    Portraits in WW2 Air Raid Shelter We'll start with the large building that we had failed at a few years ago. Today, the site wasn't alarmed. Whether they are still on, we couldn't tell because there were workers sealing the building up, so they might have been turned off for that...
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    Great Britain Rose Court School - June 19

    A two location day trip to Leeds from back in June took us to this architecturally interesting nursery building, followed by an unpredictable capture at the nearby church where the alarms do 'mean something,' especially now as work commences. Our fault for leaving it too late I guess. Rose...
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    Republic of Ireland St Brigid's Hospital Part 2- July 19

    An unexpected success at probably my favourite asylum I've seen as of yet was a perfect way to finish off day one of our Irish trip. St Brigid's Hospital So this report follows on from my first one at this hospital, so I'm gonna leave the history from this one and you can find it here if you...
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    Republic of Ireland Pigeon House Power Station - July 19

    I love old industrial sites, and this was one we definitely weren't going to miss. In a beautiful location on the coast, this power station was a personal favourite explore of mine from our trip. Pigeon House Power Station Pigeon House was built in the late eighteenth century. It was...
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    Republic of Ireland Kilrush Convent, July 19

    Kilrush Convent The convent was built in 1862, and closed in the 1990s. It has kept a lot of it's original details inside including a chapel with hand placed tiling and stained glass. A fairly relaxed start to our second day in Ireland when we visited some sites all in close proximity to...
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    Republic of Ireland St Brigid's Hospital - July 19

    This has been a location I've wanted to visit for the longest time, so when we eventually planned a short Ireland trip this Summer, it wasn't a question whether we'd go here or not. St Brigid's Hospital The hospital, which was designed by William Murray, opened as the Connacht Asylum in 1833...
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    Great Britain Car Dealership - June 19

    Quite a simple but unique explore this one, and it made it better that we got in when we heard from others that went there was a guard lurking somewhere. Car Dealership In December 2018, there was a massive overnight fire, causing incredible destruction to this property. All surrounding homes...

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