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  1. ThirdDegreeWitch

    Thanks for the Add

    Greetings to all here , Somerset based , into Military and underground explores in particular , Hope to be able to add to the forum in some way :)
  2. Stevepg

    Great Britain The cooks cottage Powys June 2019

    I know nothing of this place just that it is full of weird and wonderful objects; some old mail indicates it was lived in by a guy from the sub continent and his English Rose; stuff everywhere just left as a time capsule 
  3. Stevepg

    Great Britain The Brickworks Wrexham June 2019

    Henry Dennis founded the Hafod Brickworks in 1878 to capitalise on the reserves of Etruria Marl Clay found in the Ruabon area. Such was the popularity of its products - bricks, ridge tiles, chimney pots and the famous Ruabon quarry tile – it became known as the ‘Red Factory’. Partial visit due...
  4. KPUrban_

    Great Britain The Eye Hospital, May 2019

    A little while before our first of two visits I had been surfing the internet for hospital closures, looking for a site some way away. Then, out of nowhere, this pops up.... At first I was skeptical and decided to have a little dig in the forums and almost nothing turned up. So it was a shot...
  5. KPUrban_

    Great Britain The NSRI, March 2019

    The Intro After stumbling across photos of the beedy eye'd operating lights back in early 2018 I'd spent quite a while looking for the site. Only to realise  it's almost 150 miles away, which on trains that run mostly on diesel, is not fun. So we put it off until September and went for two...
  6. Stevepg

    Great Britain Lodge on the lake Brongyntyn Hall: May 2019

    Found this little place whilst mooching at the backend of Brongyntyn Hall; which is well underway in conversion to yuppie flats;  Not much to see really except wonderful mould and magical doorsI believe it is an old boathouse originally built in the 19th century and it backs onto the hall's man...
  7. urblex

    Great Britain The Bay Queen Hotel - Isle of Man, 2019

    This one was a bit samey once we got inside, looked like it was going to be better from the outside, think the best part was getting in, that and the massive amount of dead birds we found inside. The place was caked in pigeon shit, and there were warnings plastered all over about unsafe...
  8. U

    Extreme juggling on the edge - 60 meters tall building

    This is one of the most attractive rooftop in my hometown Gabrovo. Try new extreme stunt - walking on the edge and juggling. Concentration and confidence in yourself, without the right to mistake.
  9. PaulRevz

    Great Britain camp in the woods

    may 2019 I have no info about this camp in the wood near Coed Trefaith
  10. Andy

    France Disintegrated castle beside the road (visited 03/2019)

    I couldn't find out very much about this castle. It was built in 1821, I don't know when it has been abandoned. In 1841, the proprietress financed various improvements in the village, like the extension of roads. Exploring the castle was partially quite tricky. Large parts of the floors...
  11. Stevepg

    Great Britain The Gred: llan-y-pwll Wrexham May 2019

    A nice local one today; had many a great night in here it closed in 2012 with the building of the new by pass killing trade  Only accessed the pub the adjoining function suite locked tight shut alas Friday night  in the adjoining converted barn was rock night in the 70s as a teenager 
  12. Stevepg

    Great Britain Inside the Factory without the fat greengrocer Mostyn April 2019

    It is alas more DEPy now Lavino Solar Fires and Fireplaces Ltd Flintshire
  13. Dmc68

    Great Britain Bwthyn Afon, Abandoned Cottage On The Glyndwr Way. May 2019.

    A nice way to spend my Bank Holiday Monday. May 2019 Full Video....
  14. Urban_Moocher

    Great Britain The Brewery - 19/09/2017

    Had ours eyes on the closure details of this place for a while and after months of waiting the place was winding down. So rather than wait for full closure we couldn't resist the urge to do a midnight explore, i'd never seen the workings of a brewery, normally just the end product.  Had such a...
  15. klempner69

    Great Britain If You Go Down To The Woods Today in Hampshire, April 2019

    I been retired pretty much from the explore scene now for about 18 months and had the opportunity to spend the day with my Daughter in Hampshire so took the kids for a traipse in the woods..was told there was an old cottage that was boarded up near one the many trails..we found it and saw it was...
  16. Stevepg

    Great Britain The Witch ball Inn Whitchurch April 2019

    So this place has nothing now but  memories and juvenile grafitti  The Witch Ball Inn was popular with the army guys in the 1940s, due to its proximity to Prees Heath airfield. In particular the Americans stationed there took a special liking to it. And yet after that there's very little on the...
  17. obscureserenity

    France A night in the Paris Metro - October 2018

      A night in the Paris Metro     My first report for a while and I felt that my photos from each location wouldn't create a substantial enough report. Because of this I decided to compile them into a more lengthy post documenting the night in which we explored various sections of the Paris...
  18. Stevepg

    Great Britain The Cottage in the Trees, Moss Valley - April 2019

    Sometimes I love my satnav today it took me a new route to the local cider farm  rubber necking as i go along i spy a rather dilpidated chimney stack through the trees have a mooch? well it would be rude not to Built in 1812 thats all I know some nice stuff  AND it is untouched by kids or...
  19. Stevepg

    Great Britain The highway Hawarden April 2019

    have passed this often and today thought lets have a look; it is a former station masters house on the hawarden Loop; a once thriving goods and passenger depot  Well that was a waste of 15 mins I must say!!! still here is my wonderous adventure
  20. Craig

    Hi from The Netherlands

    Hi everyone. I am Craig, I am English but live in the Netherlands (right up the top right part). I have been interested in old places for a while. Just did not realise it was a "Thing" I travel tracks and trails around Europe and love stumbling across old places off the beaten track.

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