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  1. The_Raw

    Earls Court Exhibition Centre, London - April 2015

    Earls Court Exhibition Centre is a closed exhibition, conference and events venue in London that originally opened in 1887 and was rebuilt in 1937 in its most recent art deco style exterior. It is located in Earls Court within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and was the largest such...
  2. skeleton key

    London underground permission visits.

    If any are interested I saw this pop up on my news feed. Organised by The London Transport Museum. Charing Cross That tour will take you through parts of Charing Cross that were closed in 1999 stretching underneath Trafalgar Square. The tunnels are now used largely for filming movies and TV...
  3. The_Raw

    Triton Court, London - February 2015

    Triton Court is arranged in three buildings, Mercury, Jupiter and Neptune Houses, internally these elements are arranged around a full height 9 storey central atrium. The building was originally constructed in 1920 with a major refurbishment and extension taking place in 1984. Currently it is...
  4. PROJ3CTM4YH3M

    Spillers Millennium Mill, London - September 2014

    The Royal Docks and Millennium Mills closed in 1981. The neighbouring Rank and CWS mills were demolished in the 1990’s as well as the Silos B and C however D was to remain as it was granted Grade II Listed status along with the Mills themselves which are locally listed by Newham Council...
  5. Sweetpea

    It's a London thing!

    just a few shots from various roof tops in London not enough shots to warrant a thread for each so i hope its okay by admin all have been done since October I don't get much derelict stuff in any more unfortunately so I am stuck getting high in London Thanks for looking...
  6. The_Raw

    St Thomas's Hospital Medical School - London February 2015

    St Thomas's Hospital Medical School in London was one of the oldest and most prestigious medical schools in the UK and formed part of King's College London. It was part of St Thomas' Hospital which was established at the end of the 12th century. According to historical records St Thomas's...
  7. Sweetpea

    hi from london

    hi guys new to the forum but ive been on the facebook group for ages a fair few of you will know me :a link to put a face to the name https://www.facebook.com/peter.j.franck
  8. slayaaaa

    St. Thomas medical school, Block 9, Westminster, London - Feburary 2015

    [CENTER]Intro So some help from Zombizza and Oakley and I was quite excited to get here, so thanks for helping me with that! This place is pretty sweet and we found some nice bits of rat in test tubes and animal testing ephemera. rats lungs and stuff... History The building was part of St...
  9. The_Raw

    The Zig Zag building, London - Feb 2015

    Adders and extreme_ironing were subjected to a lethal case of flatulence on this fine night, I had previously eaten 7 packets of beef flavoured space raiders, a jacket potato with cheese, several crackers and cheese, and some Japanese ramen. A few sips of lager were enough to cause some kind of...
  10. slayaaaa

    Ladywell baths and playtower, Lewisham, London - February 2015

    Intro I was hoping this would be a lot better than it was... Wasn't going to put up a report either but after a request and the realization that it hadn't been properly documented by anyone else to my knowledge, I changed my mind. Plus it may raise some more awareness for the place. It's...
  11. The_Raw

    Ten Trinity Square, London - June - December 2014

    10 Trinity Square is a Grade II listed building in London that was opened by David Lloyd George, then the British Prime Minister, in 1922. The structure was designed by Sir Edwin Cooper and built by John Mowlen & Co in 1922, it was used as the new headquarters of the Port of London...
  12. slayaaaa

    National Temperance hospital, Euston, London - September 2014

    (London) National Temperance hospital, Euston, London - September 2014 Intro Been meaning to post this for some time, only seen 2 reports of this and wondered why, then I went myself and discovered why. Considering the amount of effort, travel money and time it took to get me there and back...
  13. The_Raw

    Office Block Rooftop, London - December 2014

    Found this roof with gabe, extreme_ironing and monkey near the river in London. It's currently a construction site for a new block of offices. Not especially high but proof that you don't necessarily need to go too high to get a good view of the London skyline. There's a few like this in the...
  14. The_Raw

    North London Mail Centre, Islington - September - December 2014

    The North London Mail Centre was established in 1904 Sager bought the 500,000 sq ft North London Mail Centre for £30m in 2003. The site is now a £370million development called the 'Islington Square Project' providing nearly 43,000 square feet of green space across rooftops in the heart of...
  15. The_Raw

    Streatham Pumping Station - London, December 2014

    Streatham Common pumping station was built in 1888 to a Moorish design and survives today on Conyers Road. The pumping station was constructed for the Southwark and Vauxhall Water Company. The company was formed by the merger of the Southwark and Vauxhall Water Companies in 1845 and became part...
  16. Landie_Man

    Assorted Rooftops, London -Nov 2014

    Just an assortment of some photos taken of Londons November Night sky a few weeks back. The weather sucked that night. Visited with MrDan and Jess Norgrove #1 #2 #3 - RAIN! #4 #5 #6 - DAMN CRANE! More At: https://www.flickr.com/photos/landie_man/sets/72157646918162613/
  17. slayaaaa

    St. Clement's hospital, Mile-end, Bow, London - August 2014

    St. Clement's hospital Intro First thread on OS, I tend to write a lot, so if you get bored, the pics are below. Apologies if the post is too big! Been holding on to my pics for a while, loved this site a lot. Clock tower was pretty epic and despite the morgue being stripped and rather empty...
  18. The_Raw

    Caesars Nightclub - Streatham, South London - November 2014

    The History Caesars started life as the first purpose built Ballroom in England opening in 1928 as 'The Locarno Ballroom'. It was one of the premiere London nightspots of the time, with Glenn Miller, Laurel & Hardy, Audrey Hepburn, and Charlie Chaplin among the top names to grace its stage...
  19. f3lix

    Millenium Mills - London (October 2014)

    My first report over here :errr: For sure not a new place to anybody but... Since I've arrived London no more than a month ago I had just one thing on my mind: I have to go there! :D I'd checked a lot of reports of the place and in all of them the place seemed to be freaking massive, but...
  20. The_Raw

    Highgate Ghost Station, North London - October 2014

    Highgate station was originally constructed by the Edgware, Highgate and London Railway in the 1860s on its line from Finsbury Park to Edgware. It was purchased in July 1867 by the larger Great Northern Railway (GNR) and opened on 22 August 1867. How it looked in 1868 with a passing loop in...

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