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About JayB

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  1. Cheers mate. I didnt do much exploring here to be honest, this was just 1 section. I wanna go back myself so if you fancy some company feel free to give me a shout
  2. I'll try checking it out over the christmas period. If you decide that you fancy some company on your next local explore then give me a shout... However nice it is to be on your own sometimes I like a bit of conversation with someone other than myself lol
  3. Great pics and somewhere Ive wanted go check out myself. Great write up too
  4. Thanks Lewis. I'm pretty excited to start using it. I've got a wedding to attend next year so will be using it there.
  5. Cheers Nelly, I got speaking to an elderly lady who was walking her dog and she told me about the place but for the life of me I cannot remember a thing lol. Must have been chatting to her for a good hour before taking these pics
  6. I went for a drive today and decided to venture up a little private road and came across this place. I don't know anything about it and I cant find anything online either - All I know is what the place used to be from talking to an elderly lady who was walking her dog at the time. I didn't do too much exploring as its a little creepy being on your own in these places.
  7. This place always amazes me. I love your pics and I'm so jealous lol. I was 3 years old when this disaster happened
  8. It really is trashed here but still makes for great pics.
  9. Thanks Andy, I do love to get a few of those shots in ?
  10. Don't think they are locked up but they are all fenced off with barbed wire and the gates were locked. Not really a great idea to be climbing in the middle of the day (or was I just being over cautious?)
  11. Thanks guys. It was a nice place for taking photos but I was disappointed in the lack of entry into other buildings. Maybe after a bit more experience I'll gain more confidence and start thinking more like an Urbexer
  12. Prisoner of War Camp 116 was set up in 1941 to house Italian prisoners of war, and from 1943-1944 it mainly held German and Austrian prisoners. Camp 116 (Mill Lane Camp, Hatfield Heath) conforms to the so-called ‘Standard’ layout. Seeing as this was only my 2nd time of going out I wasn't too impressed. The gates were locked and there was barbed wire fencing sections off - Would prob have been better at night and with someone with more experience.
  13. If I can get past security I'll take a look inside. Ive not had to deal with security yet or find alternative ways in to places. Should be fairly easy on my own tho
  14. Thanks Ghostpast but I wouldn't wanna invite myself along to be rude. I'll wait til I'm invited I think ?