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  1. Buffalo

    High Royds Asylum, Menston - June 2016

    History High Royds Hospital (formerly known as the West Riding Pauper Lunatic Asylum) first opened on the 8th October 1888. The main purpose of the asylum was to contain and restrain mentally ill patients. People often spent decades imprisoned in the asylum, which was recognized in the High...
  2. Buffalo

    British Gas Building, Leeds - June 2016

    The former British Gas building was built in the 1960's and at 147ft is the 21st tallest building in Leeds. Originally to be demolished, this building currently has plans of being converted into a hotel designed by Simpson Haugh and partners. The podium building will also be extended and raised...
  3. Buffalo

    Salem Methodist Chapel, Arthog - July 2016

    Salem Methodist Chapel was built in 1833 in Arthog, near Barmouth in North Wales. In 1868 it was rebuilt in the Gothic style of the gable-entry type, by architect Thomas of Landore, and eventually closed in 1973. Apparently the owner of the building moved abroad to avoid paying a bill for a...
  4. Buffalo

    Roman Mosaic Tile Factory, Dudley - February 2016

    Explored with @plod and a 28DL member. There wasn't much to the first few rooms we explored apart from tonnes of christmas trees & graffiti so I wasn't too sure about the place upon first impressions, but the main factory bit was quite interesting and very colourful. Some of the machinery...
  5. MobileNeophyte

    Hey! Buffalo Explorer signing in.

    Hello, my name is Mike and I'm from Buffalo, NY. I've been a part of the Urban Exploration community for 10 years, though mostly arm chairing on UER. I consider my photography to be okay. Let's group up and go somewhere.
  6. mookster

    Buffalo Malting Corp. - March 2015

    Carrying on my adventures from my first weekend over the ocean, the snow unfortunately made some spots more risky than was normal to go in (the fear of leaving footprints for cops to follow ever present) so me and my Stateside companions fell back on a couple of less risky places to finish the...
  7. mookster

    Buffalo Central Terminal Oct 2014

    My last thread today I promise!! Out of all the abandonments in Buffalo the most famous one is by a long way the Central Terminal. It is instantly recognisable as a huge monolithic building and has been used in many films, TV shows etc etc. The main high rise part is very well locked up because...
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