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  1. ForgottenBuildings

    Belgium Medical bunker - Jun 2020

    History: This small bunker was built as a small medical outpost for a airfield. Why it was built as an bunker was probably handy for when the airfield was bombed. After the treat of the cold war went away, this place was closed for good. Explore: Nowadays this small bunker is surprisingly well...
  2. Grindle

    ROF 9/1/2019

    There were four different types of munitions factory: Engineering factories producing the metal casings for bombs and shells or, in some instances, producing parts, rifles, guns and tanks. Small-arms factories producing the bullet casings. (These factories were often existing engineering...
  3. Anna Jacobsen

    A Short Visit to a Soviet War Graveyard

    This what we found in a small village in Germany
  4. A

    World War II Bombshelter/Bunker - Austria

    Disclaimer: Some of the images displayed in my album contain anti semitic graffiti. I'm not promoting anti semitism here but am only showcasing what's inside this bunker.  Today's post is about the exploration of a World War II bunker, that has  been abandoned since approximately 1955, when...
  5. F

    Murphy's Ranch Abandoned Nazi Camp - Los Angeles June 2016

    The Murphy Ranch is a ranch built in Rustic Canyon, Los Angeles in the 1930s by Winona and Norman Stephens,who were sympathizers of the Silver Legion of America.The owner of record in 1933 was Jessie M. Murphy. Designed as a base for Nazi activities in the U.S.,[4] it was intended to be capable...
  6. urbexdevil

    Melton Mowbray War Memorial Hospital, November 2015

    Without knowing what this place was or even the name of it, we decided to explore this place on the same day as another location very close by. Although totally stripped out inside, what an explore it turned out to be!
  7. urbexdevil

    Cambridge Regional War Room (RSG4) - September 2015

    En route back from RAF Upwood we decided to stop by Cambridge’s Regional War Room, aka RSG4 after developing a somewhat large fascination of bunkers. I was almost not going to bother uploading this due to a lack of pictures and lack of entry at all, however as there are no reports on this place...
  8. Norfolk Explorer

    RAF Neatishead. Norfolk. June 2015

    Back in 1994 I visited this site when I was helping out with a open day when I was in the cadets. Many years later I was shocked when I found out that you could now get tours around the site and the bunker, so for the last 4 years I have been waiting to get onto one, but each time I have either...
  9. Urbexground

    Ready For War - 2015

    Hi guys. Here is my report of a place with more than 100 abandoned tanks ! - 1 - - 2 - - 3 - - 4 - - 5 - - 6 -
  10. jones-y-gog

    Leeds War Room Region 2 - Feb 2015

    A rare visit from me in the Military section, in fact wasn't sure to post here or in the underground :confused: This was a opportunity I had to jump on quickly after seeing a report elsewhere and gathering that demolition was about to start. After all, its not every day you can explore a...
  11. The Elusive

    Region 2 War room (Feb 15)

    Visited very recently this place will be gone in a matter of days I dare say, everything else that was standing on the site has gone; the brick air raid shelters in front of the bunker included! Having travelled pretty far from home to see something that has less in I was pretty surprised how...
  12. darbians

    Melton Mowbray War Memorial Hospital, visited 2010/2014

    The hospital in Melton Mowbray started life as Hill House and was built pre 1760. In 1840 Colonel Charles Wyndham moved to the area due to his passion for fox hunting and rented Hill House. He changed the name to Wyndham Lodge in traditional hunting fashion. It was later purchased by William...
  13. Gigi

    War Farm - January 2013

    Not much here, but the sofa and couch made up for it! 1 2 3 4
  14. skeleton key

    War department POW camp & some july - 2011

    War department POW I recently ended up at this war department POW location that has morphed over time in its type of usage And has now gone back into private hands. In no way wanting to appear to be secret squirrelish I wont be naming it on the basis of what remains there today and hope...
  15. Nelly

    Cold War AA Gun Emplacements - Near Harlow - April 2011

    Cold War AA Gun Emplacements Just outside Harlow on the Herts/Essex border sits this Anti Aircraft gun emplacement, this was the second trip out this weekend with the kids and their Grandad :) The site consists of four 3.7 inch AA gun emplacements each with ammunition recesses and integral...
  16. H

    Sherwood Foresters War memorial 2011

    Traditions, Battle Honours and the 'Esprit De Corps' are the things Regiments are made of. They promote feelings of pride, honour, trust and above all else a sense of belonging. Men are bound together into a family by these things and the bonds are powerful and lasting. Men will fight for their...
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