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  1. Paradox

    Great Britain Haile Sand Fort - Humber Estuary - September 2018

    The Sieging of the Forts - Part One - Haile Sand Fort - September 2018 I'd like to say that I'm never quite sure how I end up on such crazy escapades, but the truth is I'm married to Bigjobs, so crazy escapades suddenly being sprung on me shouldn't come as any surprise. This little adventure...
  2. Andy

    Ouvrage Kellermann - Fort Wolfsberg (visited 10/2017)

    The infantry base Wolfsberg is a small part of the bigger fortress Kellermann, part of the "Group Fortification Lorraine". It was built in 1904 - 1906.   Visited with @The_Raw, @extreme_ironing & @Maniac.     1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10...
  3. SlimJim

    Beacon Hill Fort - January 2016

    I've been looking at getting up here and doing this since 2012, when I was living in Southend at the time. Through the madness of jumping about between counties and jobs, I never got round to it and it just sat on my list for years. When my mate started talking about it, I decided to YOLO it and...
  4. SlimJim

    Fort Darnet (Overnighter) - September 2015

    24 hours in a derp! Shout outs and thanks to Konrad and his old man on this one :D Yet again another explore and overnighter that's been bouncing around in conversation for a long time! Me and Konrad were determined to do another camp out on a site and end the summer with a bit of a bang. We...
  5. MrObvious

    Great Britain Fort Gilkicker March 2015

    About Fort Gilkicker Fort Gilkicker is a historic Palmerston fort built at the eastern end of Stokes Bay, Gosport, Hampshire to dominate the key anchorage of Spithead. It was erected between 1863 and 1871 as a semi-circular arc with 22 casemates, to be armed with 5 12" guns, 17 10" guns and...
  6. urbexonline

    Prussian Fort IX [visited in April 2015)

    I have already posted the GoPro Clip a Month ago... So, here are some pictures in addition . :) The Fort was built at the end of the 19th century. After the 1st WW it was occupied by british soldiers. The Nazis of the NSDAP used the building as “Freiwilliges Arbeits- und militärisches...
  7. urbexonline

    Deserted Prussian Fort IX

    Hi Guys, Here is the GoPro footage from our Exploration of the Prussian Fort "Fort IX - Lager Hitler" in Germany . Hope you'll like it. ;) The Picset is following soon.
  8. Landie_Man

    Fort Gilkicker, Gosport - Feb 2015

    Fort Gilkicker, Gosport – March 2015 Visited with Mookster on a last minute trip down to The South Coast on what has been the start of some beautiful days across the UK. History borrowed and doctored from Man_Gone_Wrong’s December 2014 Report on 28days. Fort Gilkicker is a Grade II*...
  9. C

    Cliffe Fort, Kent. Sept '14

    Built in the 1860s, Cliffe Fort was designed to protect the Thames from invasion. It was armed with 12.5-inch 38-ton and 11-inch 25-ton rifled muzzle-loading guns. Protection of these guns was provided by granite-faced casemates with shields for added defence. The shields, casemates and the...
  10. Norfolk Explorer

    Breendonk Fort (Concentration Camp). Belgium. August 2014

    After having checked out 4 local places and our Hotel in Disneyland, a run in with the police and a sealed monastery, I just knew it was time to go and have fun with the family and go have a look at some easy to access bits and bobs. This was my 1st time abroad and had planed on doing plenty...
  11. Maniac

    Fort Darnet, Kent - August 2014

    A long overdue report from me, it's been a while, been having some time off exploring to do other things. However, an opportunity to go and explore this place presented itself the other day, it was too good not to go really. Fort Darnet is one of a pair of forts that were built in the 1800's...
  12. superwide

    Cliff Fort 2012

    Just a few I took at Cliff a few years back. Yes Wevs, one or two has some HDR, so keep your gob shut :) 2011-04-23 at 15-30-50 by dualster, on Flickr 2011-04-23 at 15-06-52 - Version 2 by dualster, on Flickr 2011-04-23 at 15-21-19 - Version 2 by dualster, on Flickr 2011-04-23 at...
  13. C

    Fort Burgoyne, Dover, Dec '13

    Fort Burgoyne was completed in 1890 and was one of the Palmerston Forts built to protect Dover from both sea and inland attacks from the French. It is joined to the former Connaught Barracks which was used until recently. Now there are plans underway to develop Connaught into housing. We hit...
  14. C

    Fort G, Hampshire Sept 13

    Gilkicker Fort. First explore of the day turned out to be a failure, but I had a back up! And what a beauty it is. I love this place. Can't wait for next time. Didn't spend long in here before alarms went off. Shame really, but I know better now. Fort Gilkicker was built between 1863 and 1869...
  15. glowtape

    Fort de la Chartreuse, July 2013

    Was fine weather today, figured to visit it. At first I wasn't sure about going alone, considering it's more or less in the middle of Liege. Expected shady folks, but all I found were a bunch of other photographers, people walking their dogs, and a large bunch of wanna-be Jamaiquans filming a...
  16. T

    Fort La Chartreuse, Liege (Sept 2012) 2013

    Again from Belgium Sept 2012 with Scattergun This place was 1/2 day and we only managed the main part, the site is freaking huge !!! I`ve noticed I`ve never processed the externals, get on them soon :thumb http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fort_de_la_Chartreuse There was an...
  17. T

    Fort 6 Antwerp Sept 2012

    visit with Scattergun as part of our Belgium tour last year Cheers :)
  18. HitGirl

    Hubberstone and Scoverton Fort Nov 2012 PIC HEAVY

    Explored with 2 non members Hubberstone Fort Scoverton Fort
  19. Silent Night

    Redoubt Fort North Weald Sept/Oct 12

    2 part visit interesting place just a shame about the severe flooding,sorry about the picture quality she is a bit old Between 1889 and 1903 13 Mobilisation Centres were built as part of the London Defence Scheme. Their main function was as a store for guns, small arms ammunition, tools and...
  20. Wevsky

    Cliffe Fort April 2012

    Visited with Obscurity and Storm Nice relaxed day lots of walking and a moment where we may have been told off for slipping under/between a conveyor belt..Nice little food break up top and no drams,Just a pleasant explore,and i love this place,allways looked at the pics just never got round to...

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