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  1. AndyK!

    Doughty House, Richmond - Feb 2016

    Built in the 18th century, Doughty House is a large house on Richmond Hill in Surrey, England. The house has amazing views over the Thames and central London can be seen in the distance. The house is named after Elizabeth Doughty, who lived there from about 1786. A 125-foot-long gallery was...
  2. Controlled Chaos

    The GHOST Manor, Portugal - January 16

    My first contribution on this forum. An abandoned countryside manor somewhere in the north of my home country, Portugal. Hope you like it #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 #10 #11 #12 #13 #14 #15 #16 #17 #18 #19 #20 #21
  3. KentuckyUrbex

    The Historic And Decaying Fisher-Byington Mansion in Danville, Kentucky

    Hi everyone, this is the historic Fisher-Byington House in Danville, Kentucky. It's a large, brick antebellum mansion that is sadly slated for demolition in the coming weeks. It would have been saved most likely had it not been for the fact that it now finds itself located in the middle of a...
  4. Mumi

    A mansion and her garden

    Visiting an old mansion, her garden and an old factory near the abandoned mansion. :D
  5. AndyK!

    Stanford Hall, Nottinghamshire - February 2015

    Stanford Hall is a large 18th century, grade II listed country house in the UK. Since being used as a private residence the house has had a couple of different uses which have unfortunately removed a lot of the buildings splendour. A number of failed redevelopment projects were started, and...
  6. WildBoyz

    Port Hills Mansions, Christchurch (New Zealand) - November 2014

    History This report looks at some of the abandoned cliff top mansions on the outskirts of Christchurch. The damage to the mansions themselves during the 2011 earthquakes was significant to say the least, and as the cliff itself collapsed it took many of the buildings with it. Although...
  7. Mockingbird

    The Actors Orphanage - June 2015

    So I was rather lucky to have around 4 hours of undisturbed exploring inside here, despite a half naked model on the stairs and a photographer inside shouting "bit more". It seemed secca had the day off, as the hours passed more explorers turned up who each came in two's and threes. I have to...
  8. SpiderMonkey

    House of Tears (Brogyntyn Hall) (Revisit) 2015

    Hello again, OS. Second report today :) This one definitely needed a revisit as I needed to get some proper shots, was not pleased with mine the first time. Some history on the place (copied from my original report): For all their fame and social clout, the Harlechs seemed forever dogged by...
  9. woopashoopaa

    A Mansion in a Farmer's Field April 2015

    I visited here with Lavino and a non member Tom, This was our second visit to the mansion ( as the first time I didn't have my own camera :| ) and unlike our first visit we managed to get to the upper floors. And people have been saying a lot that this place is un safe and I totally agree with...
  10. LeeLewis82

    Rougham Hall Grade II listed Ruin april 4th 2015

    Rougham Hall is a Grade II listed manor house, a largely 19th-century building on the site of the former Jacobean manor. During its restoration in 1878 it had added to it a staircase dated from circa 1700 taken from Finborough Hall, in Suffolk. It is the ancestral home of the North family...
  11. mookster

    White Star Mansion - March 2015

    All credit for finding this goes to my friend I made shortly before my trip out, we decided to meet up and explore together and at some point along the way he mentioned he had spotted an until this point unexplored mansion whilst heading to a pet store (or something like that). So with the...
  12. SpiderMonkey

    Magpie Hall - 2015 (Pic Heavy)

    Hello again y'all. Now this one is really special.. After researching a lead, Andy de Kay and I were getting pretty excited about what we could potentially see. Pretty relaxed explore, however we were threatened to have our cameras smashed up if we didn't delete all our photos.. "Format that...
  13. Andy

    Mansion Retirement Residence - Nov. 2014

    Built in the 19th century, most recently used as a retirement home. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29
  14. SpiderMonkey

    Chateau Zakspeed, Oct 14

    Hello there! Second port of call of the euro trip day two! Liked this one, sadly wrecked but does have a nice entrance hall and staircase and some nice bits of furniture dotted around. Not a lot of history here. Anyway, on with the pics: Cheers, SM :thumb
  15. SpiderMonkey

    Carol's Place

    Just one of the locations on the second day of the Smelly Sheep weekend (name decided by AndyK!). ;) Really enjoyed this one, been wanting to see it for a long time, sure some things have gone missing over time the the carpets and the furniture but this place still holds enough features to be...
  16. Unexposed Exploration

    Chaise Abbey - January 2014

    - Unexposed Exploration is back with my first report of the year! & i promise to do a new post every week starting now!! Back at the beginning of the year myself and "Adam X" visited Chaise Abbey before the tour buss arrived and ruined if for everyone! :( The Explore: The cold foggy...
  17. The_Raw

    The House of Tears - April 2014

    This is a dominating Neoclassical Grade II listed mansion situated in Shropshire. It was originally constructed in 1735 and stands in a magnificent parkland of nearly 1500 acres of land. The mansion is famed for it's four giant iconic columns and was once owned by royalty. It's nickname comes...
  18. dora_marquez_86

    80's farm house,lancashire,march 2014

    :D Visited here after being thrown out by security over the road.LOL. was my first day time explore (shame about the weather),was a proper day out. couldn't believe how easy it was to find. P farm also known as the former home of MR Pym Honorary Consul For somewhere and his family. The...
  19. The Wombat

    RAF Nocton hospital, Lincs, Feb14

    I went to visit my mate who lives in nowheresville, Lincolnshire, and on the way stopped to visit a couple of sites. Our primary target was sadly not accessible, so made a slight detour to look at Ferdowse clinic and Nocton hall military hospital. I have visited Nocton before, and although we...
  20. AndyK!

    Chaise Abbey - December 2013

    Chaise Abbey DECADENCE IN DECAY There are places that you discover and mean to look into, but just never get around to it. This was one of those places. I'd first noticed Chaise Abbey a year and half, maybe even two years ago. All I could really find on tinterweb was a few mentions of the...
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