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  1. The_Raw

    Kingston Regal Cinema / Gala Bingo, London - October 2014

    This Grade II listed building operated as a cinema from 1932 until 1976, and a Gala bingo hall from 1991 until 2010 since when it has been abandoned. All the seats are gone and the entire ground floor has been reduced to rubble for works which seem to have been discontinued. However you still...
  2. The_Raw

    Tower Bridge Magistrates Court & Police Station, London - October 2014

    Tower Bridge Magistrates Court is a Grade II listed building dating back to 1906. The three storey building was designed by John Dixon Butler with a stone and brickwork exterior and an Edwardian Baroque style roof. The Court entrance is flanked by high socles supporting giant Ionic columns to...
  3. f3lix

    Hello from London

    Hey guys! It's Félix here, a spanish guy who recently moved to London. It's awesome to discover the city with your reports and let's see what can I bring and if with a bit of luck I find some mates to explore round here. Thanks and see you all!
  4. The_Raw

    Midland Bank Headquarters, London - September 2014

    The former London headquarters of Midland Bank, a Grade I-listed property designed by Edwin Lutyens and John Alfred Gotch and built in 1925, is soon to be turned into a boutique hotel. The imposing building, in the heart of the Square Mile, was vacated six years ago by HSBC, which bought Midland...
  5. The_Raw

    St Alfege Church, Greenwich, London - August 2014

    St Alfege is the Anglican parish church in the centre of Greenwich. There has been a church here for over a thousand years, dedicated to the memory of Alfege, the Archbishop of Canterbury who was martyred on this site in 1012. The church has connections with many famous figures in British...
  6. E

    Crystal Palace High Level Subway - London - Aug. 2014

    Hi =] Been meaning to check this place out for awhile and finally got round to it last weekend! The subway is almost all that's left from Crystal Palace High Level Station, a terminus on a now destroyed line, which lead directly into the back of the Crystal Palace. Passenger numbers fell after...
  7. E

    Hi from London =]

    Hello :grin2: Based in London here - been lurking for a long time but finally registered. :] Enjoy reading the reports here and would like to share some of my own, meet some new people. Love exploring and got back into it on a bigger scale recently. Into big infrastructure, tunnels, railways...
  8. bassboyjoe

    Millennium Mills, Silvertown, London, March 2014

    History The Millennium Mills is a derelict turn of 20th century flour mill in West Silvertown on the south side of the Royal Victoria Dock, between the Thames Barrier and the ExCel exhibition centre alongside the newly built Britannia village, in Newham, London, England. Along with Millennium...
  9. The_Raw

    Battersea Power Station, London - July 14 (Revisit)

    What went down There is currently an event taking place for the duration of the summer called the 'Power of Summer' directly in front of Battersea Power station. It includes an open-air cinema, street food stalls and bars. I went along with Sentinel and extreme_ironing for a couple of beers and...
  10. The_Raw

    Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, London - June 2014

    I came here with Elliot5200, Gabe and Indecisive Moment. The buildings have beautiful exteriors and although the contents have mostly been removed there are still many features to admire. The staircase in particular was stunning and the military records library contained beautiful mahogany...
  11. The_Raw

    Gas Holder 13, Old Kent Rd, South London - June 2014

    These three redundant gasholder frames are all that remain of the once extensive South Metropolitan Gas Company works on Old Kent Road. I climbed this in the early hours after a long night of doing other stuff with Elliot5200 and Gabe, and a friend who stayed at the bottom for this one. We...
  12. OverArch

    London calling

    Hello from London! Pretty new to all this urbex stuff but have been in to photography for quite a while now focusing mainly on cityscapes (London is fantastic for that) and out of London landscapes - its nice to get out of the big smoke once in a while! I have a few sites planned mainly in...
  13. The_Raw

    70 Mark Lane - London - May 2014

    The other day I decided to take a stroll around the walkie talkie to see if I could figure out a way in, once I'd figured out all I needed to know I headed off and discovered this brand new office building being built a couple of blocks away. With just a heras fence between me and a stairwell...
  14. upright_ninja

    Millennium Mills, London ***Interesting Info***

    I don't know if any of you have seen ITV news this afternoon (possibly the London regional version) but the Millennium Mills has been used in a training exercise for the emergency services. A simulated aircraft crash was set up to test the response times of the fire crews, medical teams and...
  15. skeleton key

    Crossness pumping station - london 2014

  16. The_Raw

    Battersea Power Station, London - April 2014

    The Explore It doesn't get much more iconic than Battersea Power station. I visited twice with Sentinel, we had a feeling this would be a tricky place to conquer and we weren't wrong. On our first visit we encountered various obstacles and at points we nearly gave up on both control rooms but...
  17. Rik

    5 Cheapside, London - April 2014

    5 Cheapisde History In the middle ages, Cheapside began as a market. As the number of businesses grew so did the number of markets in the capital. The fire of 1666 destroyed Cheapside. In the 19th century the area regained a new name for trade. Shops and restaurants thrived...
  18. C

    Millenium Mills, London, April 14

    This site has done the rounds in the last few weeks, so I'm not going to go into boring details about the place. Definitely the biggest and best playground I've been to yet. A return is very likely. Visited with Miss.Anthrope and Mulman13. I'll try and avoid the common pics that everyone has...
  19. sentinel

    St Clement's Hospital - bow, East London - April 2014 (Visited March 2014)

    Visit This was a great little explore with The_Raw. On the first visit some funny random things straight from the start, including being locked in by security, finding some strange torture chair, both being attacked by pigeons plus some others. On the second visit I noticed a couple of Squibb...
  20. The_Raw

    St Clement's Hospital - Bow, East London - March 2014

    The Visit This was a great day out with Sentinel, filled with comedy moments, aggressive pigeons, a police helicopter, and a location which was far better than expected. Thanks to sentinel for always being up for a laugh in any given situation, lending me his wide angle lens on the odd...