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  1. Landie_Man

    Great Britain Church of St Andrews/(St Costas) Church, Huddersfield - Jan 2019

    Visited as the second site on mine and @Mooksters first Northern Road Trip of the year.  We had failed several sites that day, and the day was coming to a rather murky and rainy end; but before we plumbed the hotel in for the night; we went to this short, sweet and rather destroyed church; the...
  2. little_boy_explores

    Great Britain Spring Mills, Huddersfield - July 2018

      The history  A two-storey mill built in 1831 which resides two miles west of the town centre of Huddersfield. The Financial Reporting Council (FCR) of 1834 shows Armitage Bros already established here. The family name 'Armitage' pre-dates the 14th century, but it was Joseph Armitage...
  3. little_boy_explores

    Great Britain Dobroyd mill, Huddersfield - February 2018

    Dobroyd mill     The history   Dobroyd Mills was built in 1829. A fine cloth manufacturer Dobroyd Ltd was founded at the mill in 1919. The mill closed in 1974, but was re-opened in 1976 under John Woodhead Ltd spinners. It currently houses several businesses including a classic car...
  4. little_boy_explores

    Kastix Imports Ltd, Huddersfield - February 2018

    Kastix Ltd     History   Built in 1947 as the new drill hall for the 2nd Volunteer Battalion West Riding Regiment. Later used as the offices for Kastix, a textile company producing womenswear and children's clothing, which went in to receivership in 2001 with the loss of more than 50...
  5. little_boy_explores

    George hotel, Huddersfield - January 2018

    The George Hotel as stood empty for just a little over 5 years... considering this it's not half bad inside, stairways are still intact, few if any holes through to other floors, little decay in the form of mold or interior fatigue and there's still gas in the pumps in the bar area. It's a fair...
  6. little_boy_explores

    Cellars clough mill, Huddersfield - September 2017

    History  The woollen mill was owned by Samuel Firth of Gatehead in Marsden, and opened in 1888. He also owned Holme Mill. By the 1960s, it was owned and run by Fisher, Firth & Co. which became Cellars Clough Woollen Mills Ltd, managed by another Firth son, in 1981. The company has now been...
  7. Hydro

    Kirklees College, Huddersfield - Feb 16

    Explored with @-Raz-    I've been debating whether to post this or not but after a small amount of consideration here it is. Got my first proper DSLR last week after using a Galaxy Smart bridge so if some of my pics are [email protected] please leave me some CC. Having said that, I think i've picked it up...
  8. Hydro

    Huddersfield Gas Holder - July 15

    Climbed with -Raz- 100% the most exhilarating climb we have ever done, with the cages on the ladders only going half way around the back of you to allow for the holder to rise up and then back down again, it really hit home the importance of keeping a tight hold considering the consequences...
  9. hamtagger

    Dobroyd Wool Mill, Hepworth - May 2015

    Dobroyd Mills The Explore Got up in the middle of the night and jumped in the car armed with my camera, monster and peperami's. Arrived at my first planned target, battled through some thick thorny brambles and shit, scratched myself half to death, was literally perched on top of a fence when...
  10. Fatpanda

    Nice little mill-Huddersfield Mar 15

    While in the area me and Raz took a quick look in this small mill that was full of little treats. access was easy although it is on a main road and unfortunately i don't quite recall the name of this one. ill keep it short as usual so here you go... Thanks guys :)
  11. Fatpanda

    Globe mill- Huddersfield- Mar 15

    Haven't posted anything in a while guys but hit this place up with Raz just the other day. Really easy access to the rear building and some really cool things to see :) Unfortunately we could only get into one room of the main building you can see from the road but hey ho. Heres some snaps...
  12. -Raz-

    Old Mill, Huddersfield - March'14

    Headed over to Huddersfield for a afternoon in some mills with Fat Panda yesterday, the amount of derelict mills and factories in the area is amazing! Here's a few pics from the first place didn't come out too well but thought I would post em anyway :) Here's one from another mill...
  13. Mrbeardo

    Reins Mill - Huddersfield - October 2013

    Driven past so many times and while on a checking huddersfield leads we only managed to get in to here out of around 8 sites on the list.From what I can gather the bottom of this mill was last used around 2008 as a M.O.T centre/garage place.
  14. Silent Hill

    Sybro Spinning. Slaithwaite. Huddersfield.

    Hi All. Just to let everyone know that the former Sybro plant has gone up in flames this evening, so if anyone had it on their list! best erase it (y) This was taken from my garden as the whole place is cordoned off. It was due for demo anyway to make way for the Germans ( Aldi )
  15. Stussy

    The Wool Mill, Huddersfield - March 2013

    First set from me from the Englandshire trip, this particular morning we met up with BadBatz and Drinkinbud at particular Hospital but were quickly spotted by secca, and couldn't find a very easy way in, so decided to head of to try somewhere else. Derp Chapel No. 2 was also not an option...
  16. BadBatz

    Recovering Millage - Huddersfield - March 2012

    I've had my eye on this for a while, looks like once they got going, they hit it hard cos now, well, its ruined. I'm going to start a campaign, Urbexorzzzz againzzzzt developerzzzzzz! HANDS OF OUR DERPS! A clip from the local news a few years ago gives the info. 'Most of the outpatient...
  17. BadBatz

    Pool Mill - Huddersfield - March 2013

    It's grim up North! Myself, Drinkinbud and the Beardyemukidwhotagsalong went for a mooch around this mill, we've all passed, either discounted it, it was tight or more recently full of pikeys with diggers?!?!?!!? Comedy of the day involved drinkinbud complaining that he liked southern places...
  18. H

    Night shots on the outskirts of Huddersfield 5/6 may 2011

    Taken between 1130ish and 130am
  19. H

    Great Britain Huddersfield abandoned church 2011

    A Roman in a Christian church derelict or not its sacrilege , I just wish people would not smash things up.....hell this would have been 1 very nice find !