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  1. franconiangirl

    Germany Soviet Jail - March '18

    On first sight, there´s only a plain building hidden between bushes and coniferes. It´s located on the grounds of a former Soviet military base in Germany. It seems to be like other barracks, nothing special. Yet, while approaching the barrack, attached high walls with barbed wire appear forming...
  2. Andy

    Germany Hotel Charola (visited March 2018)

      History Once the magnificent property in East Germany housed a spa building. Around 1950, the building was converted into a hotel, which was given the name of a Duchess. In the 90s, it was closed for cost reasons, since it decays visibly.   The Explore Access was easy; the front door was...
  3. Lenston

    Ratgoed Slate Mine - Mid Wales - March 2018

    Visited with The Kwan on a rainy Saturday, some lovely bits left in the area and we missed quite a bit so theres always an excuse for a return visit.   Some History   The name Ratgoed derives from “Yr Allt Goed”, which means the steep, wooded hillside. Ratgoed mine was also sometimes known...

    Belgium Bowling World - Belgium - March 2018

    Bowling World – Belgium Closed in late 2015. It closed due to a decline in custom and proposed development on the site of this bowling alley and dance hall next door.

    Belgium Powerplant DC - Belgium - March 2018

    Hello, This was my 16th visit to Belgium for Exploring! Was a great little explore, only history I could find is below. It is a mix between DLSR and phone photos.  This power plant was built in 1960 and operated on gas . In 2014, the plant was closed. 40 jobs were lost.  It turns out that...
  6. obscureserenity

    Germany Haus der Offiezere - Germany, September 2016 & March 2017

    Haus der Offiezere   My first report. I have had this account for about a year but never posted anything from fear of my photos not being good enough to post. Decided to pluck up the courage to start contributing more but I apologise if there are any mistakes. Anyway, on to the history!  ...
  7. Ferox

    Fisons Fertilisers, Ipswich. March 2017

    Another one from early last year. A nice mix on the same site this one with the awesome old wooden part next to a burned out, vandalised, graffiti strewn new part. It brought into sharp contrast the difference between a interesting and unique explore with loads to see and photograph and a...
  8. Ferox

    Hatfield Heath POW Camp. March 2017

    Had a look at this place while in the area back in March. The cars where the main attraction for me and they did not disappoint. Excellent examples of cars left to rust and rot until they finally fall in on themselves. The rest of the site consists of stripped huts with some being more...
  9. Stussy

    Great Britain Porcelain Farm, Scotland - March 16

    Hello, another from my long long long list of shitty cottages I have to post up on here tp convert you to the deeply weird realm of cottaging! Found this almost my accident whilst exploring with a couple friends, after walking what felt like miles through small forests, over streams, up and...
  10. The_Raw

    Cyklonkessel Powerplant, Germany - March 2015

    Set in a picturesque valley in southern Germany lies this abandoned paper mill with it's own power plant. It contains two turbine halls, two boiler houses and much much more. It's about as good as an industrial site can get, it's got everything. Visited with @extreme_ironing, @Andy...
  11. MrObvious

    Great Britain Fort Gilkicker March 2015

    About Fort Gilkicker Fort Gilkicker is a historic Palmerston fort built at the eastern end of Stokes Bay, Gosport, Hampshire to dominate the key anchorage of Spithead. It was erected between 1863 and 1871 as a semi-circular arc with 22 casemates, to be armed with 5 12" guns, 17 10" guns and...
  12. Lavino

    Great Britain Empire theatre Burnley March 2015

    Visited this one with telf. Gronk and woopashoopaa was a nice little explore but be warned the floors here are like walking on memory foam matress. Managed to cover the whole theatre and up onto the roof. The a box of section at the back of the theatre that had benches that looked really old...
  13. Lavino

    Great Britain Denbigh asylum March 2015

    I no what your all thinking.. Not another Denbigh report this place has been done so many times I've even been there a few times myself but here goes anyway.. It is in quite a bad way been smashed to pieces and full off graff even tho elwyn does try his best to keep people out. Or in some cases...
  14. Lavino

    Great Britain Jaguar graveyard March 2015

    Visited this site as was in the area. The main house is currently having work done. But still has all these abandoned cars around the back it's a real shame to see them just wasting away. Was a nice stroll around this place looking at the old jags so he's a bit of history from the web and some...
  15. OverArch

    Maison de Viron - March 15

    A pretty well known site to most on here, but still a good 'un. I met up with my Dutch mates again for a day of exploring in March and as we were in the area I suggested Maison de Viron as I'd never been and it was do-able again. Turns out they'd been three times before but as we were so close...
  16. Gambit

    Paris Catacombes, March 2014

    My first, and to date, only explore underground is a trip to the Catacombs under Paris. For those that aren't aware, a little history... The rock beneath Paris is largely limestone, and since the 11th Century, mining of this limestone has taken place - to build the city. In many ways, Paris...
  17. T

    Bulgaria Bulgaria March 2015 : Buzludzha

    Havent posted for what seems an eternity ! So this was a trip to Bulgaria that 7 of us went on in March. Wont go into the history as its out there Small copy and paste from wiki Buzludzha is a historical peak in the Central Balkan Mountains, Bulgaria and is 1441 metres high (4728 ft). In...
  18. Lenston

    Bethal Quarry - Bradford-on-Avon - March 2015

    After recent events and other posts going up, here is my take on the place Please read underneath BE WARNED - a group of people were physically assaulted at Bethel Quarry on Friday 1st May 2015 by some thug wielding a baseball bat, who accused them of breaking in. Somehow that's unlikely as it...
  19. Perjury Saint

    Shoreham Cement Works... March '15

    Lately I have seem to have developed a real penchant for sprawling, rusty industrial stuff... So a visit to this one was LONG overdue! And ive not seen pipes quite as big as this since them big blue buggers at Pye!! An absolute must if youre into your 'Industrials'... ...Shoreham Cement...
  20. OverArch

    Skurch - March 2015

    I've been really bad at uploading the places I've visited recently, so I thought it was about time I corrected this. I visited with a few mates from Holland and we did five sites in total, this being one. Skurch is one of many abandoned churches in Belgium and is in a really bad way. There are...