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  1. prettypeculiar

    Waterworks July 2015

    After a failed attemp last year I was more than excited when I saw recent pictures passing over the internet. I contacted a few people and drove up the second day. Just in time, because it's sealed again, so I've heard. 1. Waterworks by Dafne Op 't eijnde, on Flickr 2. Waterworks by Dafne...
  2. The_Raw

    Granada Cinema, Tooting - July 2015

    This currently serves as a Gala bingo hall but it used to be a cinema and the upstairs is no longer in use. It doesn't really warrant a proper report so I thought I'd stick it in here. I went for a nose around with extreme_ironing one evening after someone tipped me off that they thought much of...
  3. Urbexbandoned

    RAF Upwood - Cambridge - July 2015

    A bit of history that for once I did NOT steal :D ..... well from anyone on here :D History Since 1982, the Nene Valley Gliding Club [1] has conducted its glider operations from a field that occupies the site of the old runways. Initially these operations were under an agreement with the...
  4. Hydro

    Murphy For Machines, Menston - revisit - July 15

    Explored with Inside the Prohibited & a non member Background; Murphy's was established in 1930 as a tool and belt driven machinery manufacturers specialising in tanning and leather machines. They closed in 2002 after a huge decline in the demand for such machinery. The Explore; I'd...
  5. Gambit

    Chateau Miranda, July 2014

    We knew we were close, and although we tried to find the location by driving around, we really weren’t getting any closer. So it was a case of parking the car and seeing if we could locate it on foot. There was what appeared to be a path leading up towards a possible, so we started up. More...
  6. Ferox

    St Josephs, Preston. July 2014.

    This is the first of two visits with the tour guide, also known as Urblex. Thanks for getting me into this place bud. Really enjoyed both visits. Really early one this which suffered from bad light as a result. An interesting entry point which the eagle eye of Urblex had spotted. The building...
  7. Gambit

    Maison Boon, July 2014

    I had heard all sorts of rumours about this place, mainly around the farmer who had a habit of slashing tyres. Seeing as I have a fairly non standard car, this was going to be a problem. There was no way any local outlets would have tyres in stock to fit. So getting them slashed would be a...
  8. Lenston

    Dreadnaught Storm Drain - Bristol - July 14

    Visited last summer with a couple of friends Some history Sometimes also known as the Malago Storm Water Interceptor it was built in the early 70's to help cope with the flooding problems faced in Bedminster. It is roughly 2 miles long, and runs adjacent to the Southern Foul Water Interceptor...
  9. The_Raw

    Fire Engine Graveyard, Bournemouth - July 2014

    A collecion of old fire engines dating from the 1940s up to the 1990s from various southern counties and in different states of disrepair. I don't know much about them other than they belong to a collector who will apparently sell you one if you are interested. Good luck with that mate! Visited...
  10. darbians

    Chateau De Bois July 2014

    Last use was a restaurant and it was for sale at what I think is a bargain price. This place is pristine. Was a bit of wary outside even though it was dark, we could see lights on and was wandering if it was the right building. Once inside we thought we saw PIRs and then some sensor buzzing at...
  11. jones-y-gog

    Miracle Chapel, July 2014

    Named as its a miracle that its still standing! This is a Wesleyan chapel on the very western edge of Wales, built in 1833 and rebuilt in 1868 in the Gothic style of the gable-entry type. It closed in 1973 and has been slowly deteriorating since. The owner appears to have abandoned all interest...
  12. Wasted Abandon

    Wasted at St Joseph's Seminary - July 2014

    Hi guys, This is my very first post on this forum and I have to say this is by far my greatest explore yet. I hope you all enjoy looking at my photographs from St Joseph's Seminary. Let me know what you think. Full report here We woke up at 3am and made our...
  13. urblex

    Warrington Nightclub/Cinema - July 2014

    Visited with 3 explorers off another forum. After visiting another site which was good but a bit bare was really excited to get into this place. The only downside is there was no lighting whatsoever so was relying on my flash & pikeying the other 3 guys' light. We had heard a report of some...
  14. stoozie

    Chateau Lumiere - July 2014

    Visited with Mookster and a non member on our 4 day road trip abroad. I've wanted to go and see this place ever since I first laid my eyes on photos of it, and it didn't disappoint! Was it worth the 16 hour drive? 100% yes. My favourite location on our road trip by far. More...
  15. urblex

    St Joey's, Lancashire - July 2014

    This was my first proper explore back when i didn't have a decent camera. Went back a few times recently with a better camera once solo & twice with Ferox (nice one mate :thumb always feels better to have some company wandering about this place), first time we went it was too dark & he...
  16. tank2020

    Picklemens Cottage July 2014

    From what we could tell this place has been empty for a long while, once known on the circuit as the "Sewingmens Cottage" due to the abundance of sewing machines strewn around the property. Sadly these have now all been pilfered and I could not spot one. Still some nice bits remain that give an...
  17. cunningplan

    Swallow Farm, July 2014

    With the Mrs still away I picked up a none member to have a look at another farm I had been given, we got there to find it was a no go, so we headed off towards one of the places I didn't have time for a few days before. I must have passed this place quite a few times of late and always...
  18. ImmortalShadow

    Sly Fox House - June & July '14

    After a fair amount of searching online and an early start, we were on the way to this beautiful location. It was even more beautiful inside with lots of nicknacks and things to see. No history on this one so I'll just get on with the photos - these photos are a mixture from 2 visits. Starting...
  19. Maniac

    Steel Rolling Mill, Queenborough, Kent - July 2014

    After one of the false starts trying to complete Fort Darnet (when we accidentally broke a part of the engine) Liam and me were stuck for something to do, so I suggested going here. I was aware of this place, it closed properly last year and following a report on another forum I thought it was...
  20. cunningplan

    House of Dolls, July 2014

    This is the location my satnav was set for, with the traffic and the unexpected stop it took me nearly 4 hours to get here and it was well worth it :) On the long walk back to the car I though I was going to get a lecture or something when there was a farmer in a tractor heading towards me, he...

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