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  1. The Wombat

    Government animal testing facility, Houghton Grange, Cambs, Apr15

    Second of three sites on another amusing day out with KM Punk & Frizman, including a fun afternoon around Upwood’s famous tanks. This site has been off the radar for a few years, but has not been developed as yet. The site is huge (100 acres), and has over 70 buildings. The main building...
  2. jones-y-gog

    BTOK Hospital - Nov 2014

    I literally had no info on this location so thanks to Andy for these snippets - The beginnings of the hospital are in the early 1900's and a new building was completed in 1966. The Hospital was closed in 2003. A medical office and emergency department was opened in a part of the building two...
  3. Urbexbandoned

    St Clements Hospital - Bow - Nov 2014

    St Clements Hospital was a mental health hospital in Mile End, in the East End of London. It closed in 2005. The buildings were originally built in 1848-49 as a workhouse, for the Board of Guardians of the City of London Union. The palatial design was by architect Richard Tress and cost over...
  4. hamtagger

    North Wales Hospital, Denbighshire - March 2015

    North Wales Hospital AKA Denbigh Asylum The Explore I couldn’t do a tour around Wales without calling into to see this one. After already being awake for a long time i’m not even sure what time we arrived or indeed when we left but myself and Session9 had a good few hours in here, which...
  5. SpiderMonkey

    Leicester Borough Asylum aka Towers Hospital (Revisit) - 2015

    Hey all. This place has somehow stayed relatively under the radar for a lot of people. The place is now under demolition sadly, some of the best bits still remain though. A while ago the older building was converted and a lot of the outbuildings demolished. Inside the converted bit is the...
  6. Ferox

    High Royds Hospital. February 2015.

    Visited this place in February with Urblex. An unexpected mooch that was cut savagely short by the arrival of the police. Looking at the times on my photographs i'd say we where in there for about 15 mins. Oh well, at least we got out and away without incident. Nice looking place what we seen of...
  7. Gambit

    Red Cross Hospital, September 2014

    Following on from a visit to Crying Baby, it was on to Red Cross. So called as in the Chapel roof there was a red cross... To be honest, I think this site could do with a rename. If the images of a couple of years ago are to be believed, this cross has faded mighty quick!!! I did attempt...
  8. Gambit

    Crying Baby Hospital - September 2014

    This was the first site in a mini tour of some of Italy's fine locations. By the time we arrived it was late and dark. We went inside to see if there was a place we could safely sleep. That found we made our way back to the cars to get our stuff and returned for a pretty decent night's sleep...
  9. -Raz-

    Royal Haslar hospital - March '15

    After 2 hours kip and a 2 AM start we set off on the 4 hour trip down to Gosport to revisit this epic place. Our first visit mainly consisted of getting lost and getting caught by security so with a better plan this time we managed to spend most of the day in there leaving no room untouched in...
  10. Session9

    North Wales Hospital, Denbigh - March 2015

    NORTH WALES HOSPITAL, DENBIGH - MARCH 2015 History Designed by architect Thomas Full James to originally accommodate between 60 and 200 patients, the hospital originally had its own farm and gasworks. Planned for closure by Enoch Powell during the 1960s, it was closed in sections from 1991...
  11. Urban_Explorer

    Cookridge Hospital - 2015

    Visited March 2015 A lot of the hospital has been demolished so not a lot to see now but still had some nice bits. History, The abandoned Cookridge Convalescent Hospital on Hospital Lane. Built in a Gothic vernacular style, it opened in 1869 to provide a place for patients treated at Leeds...
  12. Perjury Saint

    Cambridge Miltary Hospital... Sept '14

    ...Cambridge Military Hospital... I'd been meaning to try for a revisit here for some time, so when I happened upon Spidermonkeys pics of the X-ray department that was it! Always an eventful explore this one, what with that bloody fence and the ever vigilant Ghurkas! Dragged non member Mooch...
  13. Cozmic

    Chest hospital B - 2015

    Did this place a few weeks ago. Didn't look like much from outside, every window had those brown metal plates with holes. Found one that was loose and through the cellar. _COZ6244 by cozmicberliner, on Flickr _COZ6090 by cozmicberliner, on Flickr _COZ6118 by cozmicberliner, on Flickr...
  14. hamtagger

    Mid Wales Hospital, Brecknockshire - March 2015

    Mid Wales Hospital (Previously named The Brecon and Radnor Joint Asylum) The Explore The original weekend plan developed rapidly throughout the day before this explore, and instead of going to bed i found myself excitedly driving to Wolverhampton to meet up with Session9 at around 11pm. We...
  15. trav

    Mid Wales Hospital - Talgarth - Feb 2015

    Some History The hospital, or Brecon and Radnor Asylum as it was first called, was officially opened on 22nd February 1903. This consisted of the main building (12 wards 6 male and 6 female), Isolation Ward and Farm Ward; and cost £128,710.12.8d. The two female wards East 7 and 8 were added...
  16. Ferox

    North Wales Hospital. September 2014.

    Spent a lovely morning back in September last year exploring this crazy place with Paul 2129 off 28DL (had a great time round here mate). We had an early close call where Paul spotted a bloke looking up at the Hospital with is arms crossed. Luckily he never seen us and we dropped down to ground...
  17. Kalum_a

    Haslar Royal Hospital - Feb 2015

    Just have a couple of photos to share from our trip to Haslar. There are quite a lot of pics but i hope you all enjoy and please leave a comment and let me know what you think. Thanks :)
  18. -Raz-

    Severalls Hospital - Colchester - February 2015

    After a 3am start and awesome morning at Haslar we headed through London to Colchester to go to Severalls. on arrival just as we was about to negotiate the palisade security flew round the corner in his van and spotted us so we hid in the overgrowth for a short while until the coast was clear...
  19. Lazarus

    St Joseph's Orphanage, Preston (February 2015)

    First Report History: St Joseph's Hospital was erected on Mount Street, Preston in 1877 by Mrs Maria Holland for the benefit of the sick poor. It was opened in 1879 and run by the Sisters of Charity of our Lady Mother of Mercy, who also ran St Joseph's Orphanage in Theatre street. In 1884, it...
  20. Sweetpea

    Royal Haslar hospital - 2015

    firstly thanks for taking the time to have a look at my report (its my first one so go easy lol) history stolen from wiki The Royal Hospital Haslar was designed by Theodore Jacobsen and built between 1746 and 1761. The site opened as a Royal Navy hospital in 1753. It has had a very long and...