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  1. expert_tag_along

    Great Britain Long Marston Airfield - March 2020

    Long Marston Airfield - March 2020 I'd been scratching my head for a while looking for abandoned planes and decided a holiday to Cornwall or Croatia was needed to see some then remembered Long Marston is only an hour drive from me! With that daft realisation we headed over to Stratford to see...
  2. Landie_Man

    Great Britain Small Convent Chapel, South East England - March 2019

    I have decided not to name this one; it sits in the middle of a large Brand New Housing Estate in a rather affluent part of the UK, not far from London.  The reason behind this is because it looks as if its either being converted or used for storage; and tbh I don't think it needs hundreds of...
  3. Landie_Man

    Great Britain Beehive Spinning Company, Bolton, Lancashire, England - January 2019

    Day two of @Mookster and my first Northern Explore of the year; and in true Mookster style; we get up from our cosy beds and leave the sleepy world of The Premier Inn before breakfast is even a thing in these hotels; a point that hurts me to the core as the Designated Driver, but clearly pays...
  4. Landie_Man

    Great Britain Globe Warsted Mill 2, Slaithwaite, England - Jan 2019.

    Shot back in January; this explore formed part of a Northern Roadtrip with @Mookster.  We had previously tried and failed at this place some time ago.  It was nice to finally get inside this.  We had several fails this weekend; but this was one of our successes. Slaithwaite had several local...
  5. Landie_Man

    Great Britain Bricket Wood Leisure Centre, St Albans, England - December 2018

    This one has a bit of a bittersweet ending for me really/.  It's practically on my doorstep but I didn't find out about it till about 2016/17 and it closed in 2010 with much disgust from the locals!   I had tried and failed it numerous times because of either filming taking place on site; or...
  6. Landie_Man

    Great Britain Crich Quarry, Derbyshire, England - December 2018

    The end was nigh for Mookster and my North Midlands Roadtrip back before Christmas.  Mookster remembered seeing this site when visiting the Crich Tramway Museum in the 1990s and had made it a goal to visit it when he discovered it had not been demolished, he previously thought it had. We parked...
  7. AlexAvenue

    Caves Yorkshire Dales

    Found our way into a small cave in the Yorkshire dales.
  8. Landie_Man

    Great Britain Dairy Crest Creamery, Torrington (Torrington Creamery), Devon, England - May 2018

    Another backlog from a West Country Road Trip back in late May with Mookster, our American explorer friend and myself.  This was our second stop off on our first day on the trip; our first being Tone Mills, a revisit for me so I haven't done a report, but with Tone its always a pleasure seeing...
  9. Landie_Man

    Thames Valley University, Slough, England - March 2018

    The Explore I actually explored this about eight weeks ago with Southside.  I drove to Slough, Parked up and he had kindly found the way in before I got to the University Campus. The site is massive, and right in the centre of Slough.  I work fairly close to Slough, and had seen the site some...
  10. Landie_Man

    Great Britain James Thomas Engineering, Worcester, England - March 2018

    Visited with Mookster on a small short road trip around the midlands back in March.  This site was absolutely wrecked throughout and of little interest.  An 80s style factory which closed sometime in 2016.  But it was still an explore! James Thomas Engineering was started in a small garage in...
  11. Faith Roswell

    "The Living Lara Croft"

    Hiya! My name is Faith- I have a website/blog for my adventures around the world. Lots of urbex, Mad Max/postapocalyptic festivals like Wasteland Weekend, ghost towns, legends etc. I'm based in England but travel all over the place and I'm always looking to team up with fellow explorers. :)...
  12. UrbanLurking

    Great Britain HMP Glen Parva Prison

    Glen Parva was constructed on the site of the former Glen Parva Barracks in the early 1970s as a borstal and has always held young offenders. Since its opening in 1974 the establishment has seen considerable expansion and change and now serves a catchment area of over 100 courts, holding a...
  13. ASOM


    Here's a little selection of some of the more random, less-obvious shots from 10 years of exploring asylums. One shot each from most of the ones I've visited. Thought I'd try and avoid the obvious shots a little. Aston Hall (Nottinghamshire Mental Defective Colony, opened in 1930) Ward...
  14. MiaroDigital

    God punish england Bunker - [04/2015]

    It was a fantastic time travel at the last weekend... found a abandoned Bunker from the first World war since 1915! The Titel is original of a spell on a wall (Pic. 2 & 3) 1. Blühe deutsches Vaterland by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 2. Gott strafe England 1 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr...
  15. Involuntary Abstinence

    Severalls (Colchester - April 2014)

    Not much to say about Sevs that hasn't been said before in terms of history. The Web is full of backstories and info on the 300-acre asylum and it is worth the effort to spend some time checking various links because the history is immsense and few places have been so well recorded like Sevs...
  16. Involuntary Abstinence

    Derbyshire Royal Infirmary, Derby, England (March 2014)

    Me at the most amazing corridor in the DRI (part that I managed to explore). In my brief urbex life I have to experience a wide range of feelings. There have been moments where I felt totally happy, lost in wonder, complete, mesmerized and son, as well as scared, stressed, tired, annoyed...
  17. BadBatz

    3 Asylums, 3 Days. North of England 1/14

    Not much of a poster any more, but went out with friends and got some shots of Rauceby, Whittingham and St John's Asylums, histories haven't changed since the last reports. A nice reminder that it's not about the most epic or gas masks or fancy dress or hdr or not hdr it's about having fun with...
  18. mrdystopia

    Code Red - 2013

    The pair of ex-Gurkha security guards rounded the corner of the building and spotted our party within milliseconds. "Intruders! Code Red, boss! CODE RED!" The voice shouting into the walkie-talkie had an amusing mixture of professional urgency and childish excitement. We had entered the...
  19. Mrbeardo

    Ivy H - England - Oct 13

    Pretty certain I've not posted this even though I thought I had After visiting Ushaw college we thought we'd make the most of being in the North East and visit St George's Hospital. I initially thought that it was going to be disappointing having spent 10 or so minutes navigating through the...
  20. jodez

    Derelict England

    This is where i hide all my pics instead of on my personal facebook account :-) Feel free to visit and post ur own pics xxx