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  1. expert_tag_along

    Great Britain Snow Hill 3, Birmingham - August 2019

    Snow Hill 3, Birmingham - August 2019 Visited twice first with 2 non-members and then with @scrappy. Snow Hill 3 is the last of 3 glass towers sitting side by side to be constructed next to Snow Hill Station in Birmingham. This one is to house BT's new call centre amongst other smaller...
  2. Urban Relics

    Belgium Brains Tower - July 2018

    This was a really fun explore, even though it was quite challenging... It was challenging on a photography level, because the highest part of the tower was pitch black. Every photo we made up there had to be made with additional light. Luckily, to this end I always carry a small, but strong...
  3. Tomvandutch

    Belgium Cooling tower (Jan 2019)

    This cooling tower and the adjoining gasometer have been abandoned for some time.
  4. Lavino

    Millennium tower Salford quays June 2018

    Millennium tower Salford quays  It is not to be confused by the never-built London Millennium Tower (which could’ve gone up to 386 metres!). The dual building is a residential highrise located on the eastern side of the Media City Quays. The tallest one of the two is 67 metres, and the shorter...
  5. crabb

    Water tower quick explore, swindon

    Built in 1871 but had been refurbished at some point.  Now, I don't do heights.. So I was chuffed to see my mate practically run towards it in excitement and go first. It was pretty high and the grated floor was not ideal if you wanted to avoid looking down.  The tower probably stands around...
  6. Vief

    Belgium Château d'Eau - Nov 2016

    Former water tower. Don't know much about this place, but it was cool to visit something different. Didn't made it to the top, too lazy  :wink: . When we just finished this place, security came along, luckily they didn't caught us. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
  7. Gromr123

    Tower Brick and Tile Company - Hampshire - December 2016

    Tower brick and tile company is a lovely little explore tucked away in the small village of Selborne. It's very isolated, with interruptions only from the occasional passing car and the swarming birds in the field opposite.  The History The Brick and Tiles company have been producing hand made...
  8. Hydro

    Ackworth Water Reservior, Wakefield - Sept 15

    Explored with Raz on the off chance we could get in Bit of background; As the village of Ackworth grew significantly in the 1970s with several large new housing developments, water pressure became a problem. The solution was to give Ackworth a water tower of its own. Previously the water tower...
  9. WildBoyz

    The Newgate Building and The Gate, Newcastle - June 2015

    History The Newgate building, located in Newcastle City Centre was built in the early 1900’s. The Grade II listed structure, with its twin towers, ornate clock faces, sweeping curves and large windows, is a famous landmark in the city. After the 1901 site was redeveloped in 1932, it...
  10. Hydro

    Ellesmere Port Water Tower - June 2015

    First post on here so here goes; While working away last week over in Ellesmere Port near Liverpool i found myself bored and stuck on my own in a hotel, so after a quick google search which gave me nothing but derp or demolished buildings, i decided on the good old method of getting out on foot...
  11. Andy

    Water tower, HMS Ganges (visited 05/2015)

    Visited with Maniac, The_Raw and MiaroDigital. The tower was originally a Martello tower which was part of the UK Napoleonic defenses, there were over 100 of these towers built along the south coast in the 1800's. It was converted into a water tower in 1902 (in fact there are two of them on the...
  12. mookster

    Tower Brick & Tile Co., Selborne June '15

    I think this can be described as a 'hidden gem' for sure. It's kind of like a half-size Clockhouse Brickworks and with just as much stuff to look at. As far as explores go it was the most peaceful chilled out and generally relaxed wander I've had for a long time, helped by the glorious weather...
  13. 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...
  14. E

    1 Nine Elms Tower Crane - August 2014

    This tower closed alongside the rest of the site for redevelopment in May of this year. The entire place was gutted when I looked through the building unfortunately and they were/are in the process of bringing the tower down, level by level. Had my eye on it for awhile and was keeping tabs...
  15. The_Raw

    IM Cooling Tower & Power Station - Belgium, September 2014

    This disused power station was once a coal-fired monster. Owned by Belgium's Electrobel it was mothballed in the early 2000s and then finally taken out of service in 2006 and is currently being demolished. With demolition well under way this might be the last we see of this beast. The cooling...
  16. Landie_Man

    Old Water Tower, Upper Heyford - June 2014

    Upper Heyford Water Tower – June 2014 Having explored much of this disused/part used USAF base in Oxfordshire with my good friend TBM; and since its all being torn down and redeveloped, including peoples homes which the RAF built for the USAF in the 1960s, and we have explored much of it...
  17. Landie_Man

    Christmas Common Relay Tower – June 2014

    Christmas Common Relay Tower – June 2014 Visited with TBM a while back in June, the delay is down to needing to take the time to edit the video. We visited what we HOPE is a disused relay tower. It has one drum, maybe a repeater, on the side but the land is so overgrown and unkempt...
  18. Indecisive M

    Millennium Tower and Holiday Inn, Salford Quays - June 2014 (Visited March 2014)

    I've been planning to meet up with someone, who often explores in the Salford area for a while now but things always got in the way, like the weather for example! we rescheduled our meeting a few times and eventually got together on a perfectly mild Spring evening. There was plenty of high...

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