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  1. Judderman62

    Vandicourt Quarry, Micklefield - January 2017

    cool find and nicely photographed 
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    Dysons Refractories, Aug & Dec 2016 ** Pic Heavy ***

    The History The Dyson group has its origins in the early 19th century, with the founding of a ceramics factory in Sheffield in 1810. The need for heat-resistant bricks for the newly developing furnaces driving the Industrial Revolution led the company to become an important producer of...
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    Polphail Village, Scotland. June 2016

    The History Pollphail Village was originally built to house workers on a nearby construction yard during the Oil Boom Of the 1970's.  The accommodation was built to house up to 500 workers. The impetus to build the yard was based on future forecasting and was to be operated by the people...
  4. Judderman62

    Dream Cottage Sep 2015

    I don't have any history or back story on this pair of rather nice country houses out in the wilds of Cheshire. Images were taken over two visits - the first with the one known only as Fragglehunter, the second with Evilnoodle. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13...
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    Farm N, Derbyshire. Feb 2016

    Evening all. So another break from my alphabetical catch up of a few years shoots editing and posting up to bring you one of last weekends explores Farm N.   The History   The farm is situated, along with several others, on a large estate in Derbyshire. It is believed to have been built...
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    Canon Brewery, Sheffield. Jan 2015 - Very pic heavy and scenes of graphic street art

      The Preamble (or Waffle as some of you may call it) OK, so I'm onto C now so I bring you Canon Brewery. When I first strolled into this hobby, almost 7 years ago, I used to detest Grafitti. I detested it in all it's forms.  After a little while, I got to see some of the more creative...
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    Camelot Theme Park. April 2015

    Continuing Alphabetically I have arrived at C and was very late to the party at this place - thrashed to within an inch of it's life. Ah well it's ticked off the list. Solo visit to this place and bumped into two groups of peeps during my visit. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8...
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    BE Farm. June 2014

    I don't know anything about this place so no history on this one. Visited on a trip to Norfolk in June 2014. Many thanks to the person who made this visit possible. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.
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    RAF Church Fenton. Jan 2016 (Somewhat pic heavy)

    Well I've taken a side step from editing my back catalogue alphabetically to bring you my most recent explore. I present for you delight RAF Church Fenton.  Opened in 1937, it saw the peak of its activity during the years of World War II, when it served within the defence network of fighter...
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    Birch Hill Hospital June and Aug 2015

    So onwards and upwards with the Letter B. Judderman productions today brings you Birch Hill Hospital. Couple of visits - one solo and one with the man some call ..... Zero81. It was originally designed by George Woodhouse and Edward Potts as a  workhouse. It was intended to accommodate 632...
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    Billinge Hospital. May 2015

    Well next up in the "Judderman slightly gets his ass into gear and edits shoots stretching back several years in Alphabetical order" series (catchy title eh ?), we are still on B so I present Billinge hospital (what little remained at time of our visit). Billinge Hospital, was originally a...
  12. Judderman62

    Bangour Village Hospital. June 2015

    Well we're onto B of my photo's to be edited so it's the turn of This remarkable site. It's big, it's got lots of very lovely buildings and security drive round regularly in their  big White 4 X 4. It's pretty well boarded up to so just externals from this site ... but it's still worth chucking...
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    Auchengray House, Scotland. June 2015 - a mini report

    Evening peeps. So now I've taken to editing my backlog of images in alphabetical order of the name of the place / name assigned to the place. So A seemed a good place to start - I present Auchengray House. It sits, in it's ruinous state, close to the edge of a reservoir and in the back garden...
  14. Judderman62

    Albert's Whisky House. June 2014

    My recent posts have mainly been from my trip north of Hadrians Wall last year. This one I headed the other direction in June of 2014 .. Norfolk. Many thanks for peeps whoi helped make some of my visits possible. I don't know any of the history on this place but Albert clearly liked his...
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    Cottage O. Jun 2013

    Visited this place, in the South East, a couple of years ago I think it was. Was very surprised at it sitting there empty as it was in good condition , in lovely grounds in a peaceful rural area. I can't find any information on it so on with theimages - not the most exciting place ever but hey...
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    Torpedo Testing Site. June 2015

      Another from my visit to Scotland in Junee of 2015 The Loch Long Torpedo Range operated on the loch from 1912 to 1986.  The abandoned Admiralty buildings, pier, and slipway remained on the west shore of the loch, opposite the village of Arrochar, until 2007, when demolition of the site...
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    Abattoir B June 2015

    Another from my trip to Scotland in June of 2015. I'd seen this reported on in the past and thought "I've never explored an abattoir and would rather like to.  So this place was high on my list of targets north of the Border. The plant used to process around 500,000 lambs a year - around a...
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    East Fortune Hospital. June 015

    The History In 1922 several buildings and an area of land were used to create East Fortune Hospital. This served as a tuberculosis sanatorium for the south-east region of Scotland until the onset of World War II. The airfield was then brought back into service as RAF East Fortune, initially, a...
  19. Judderman62

    Hall P. Dec 2015

    So June 2015 saw me heading north of the wall that nice Hadrian chap built a few years back. I went for a weeks holiday to incorperate a few mooches around a few derelict and knackered places. So here I present Hall P. It was built in 1896 and was later altered to serve as a resdiential...
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    Collyweston Bomb Store. Dec 2015

    I travelled to the area for mainly non-Urbex Photography but saw that this was in the area so being a bit of a sucker for military sites I thought it'd be rude not to visit. There's not much to see and it's stripped with nothing really to see except the buildings themselves. It's a decent...
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