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  2. The_Raw

    Busting

    I don't see what point you are trying to get across other than the fact you are cool with people vandalising derelict buildings, which is a strange thing to come out with on your first post. I can't see you making many friends on here if you think like that
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  4. Hi all! Not sure on the history of this place but its been around a while. Not a bad place. Not that exciting but we were passing so thought we would have a mooch! A couple of nice cars.
  5. Cheers Andy, hope all is well with you. Thanks mate
  6. A lively past with a very interesting history. The quite barren / sparse place looks good with the fog.
  7. Thanks Andy. Yea it was quite unusual to see the Harbour freeze up like that.
  8. Nice to read about your adventures and some nice pics to go with it. Interesting to hear about how abandoned buildings are seen there and the haphazard approach to security ­čśĆ
  9. Nice one for signing up flame, must be doing someting right for long time "lurkers" to be signing up
  10. You are very, very wrong here. By definition decay is natural as it happens if no intervening maintenance is done to prevent it. Vandalism is completly deliberate. This is why as flawed as it is, NP exists. And there is a harm in it, it accelarates hazards when genuine explorers are out there. Fancy making a fire? that'll be an explorers foot through a board.
  11. Epic, you do awesome reports! Last shot is a winner.
  12. This is SCHWEET AF! Nice one, that clock mechanism is a peach.
  13. Not something I have seen before, very very cool though! Thanks for posting it.
  14. What a cracking little find Andy, love the detail and the fog is perfect.
  15. I went here a couple of months ago (need to get the report up) Loved the artwork in the hall, and you seem to have got into a couple of places we didn't. Was the electric still running?
  16. Love the pictures and report, bang one! Taken real care over those and looks like a great wander. Persoanlly think the watermark is a little intrusive, but its opionion
  17. Right up my alley this, love it. Nice one.
  18. Wow! What a report, love that shot of the filing shelves.
  19. Pretty cool this, could do with a few more pics if you have any?
  20. Thats amazing, love this report. Great pictures and awesome location!
  21. Those shots are awesome AF mate, lovely site as well.
  22. It seems you have your pre-conceived ideas and that we will have to agree to disagree. However I will make a few points - It seems a pretty lame argument to defend willful vandalism by saying it will probably happen anyway. Most genuine 'urban explorers' would say that natural decay DOES NOT include vandalism. It is defined by the effects of the elements over a prolonged period of time - hence natural. One of alluring aspects of abandoned buildings is natural decay when the place has simply been left, for example the peeling paint on walls. I'm sure I can speak for most people here and say there is nothing to enjoy in seeing anything that has been willfully destroyed. To get some sort of kick from doing that is a sad reflection on the individual concerned in my opinion.
  23. Airaux

    Busting

    I'm not saying I do it and I can see that personal or other worthwhile objects would be worth preserving, but as for the usual stuff in buildings - furniture, windows, etc., I don't see any harm. Some people find it fun - some don't. If a building is abandoned and run down, it's unlikely it's not going to be vandalised. It could be argued that vandalism is just as "natural" by some definition of the word as "natural" decay is by another definition.
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