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Everything posted by Fekneejit

  1. Lovely set It's always sealed when I'm passing, the only time I've got in I didn't have my camera.
  2. Gorgeous set as always, going to have to go for a mooch round here some time
  3. Great pics The ground floor's all bricked up now, & it's partially live during the day
  4. A day out in the countryside, thanks for @hamtagger & @Urbexbandoned for the info Built in 1875, photo above from 1905, it was the farm house for a 97 acre dairy farm, on a large estate in the Peaks. Tiny little place, but some lovely stuff there. Will be going back when everything's greener for some more shots around the farmyard too.
  5. @WildBoyz Just walked past today, scaffolding all the way up to the spire now
  6. Gorgeous set Glad to see it was sunny for you, makes that place so much nicer. Someone's been gardening in there, you can't usually see the curved bit or the wall behind it I don't think. I noticed a load of cut down branches on my way out last time I was there.
  7. Great post, I bought the same torch for exploring & haven't got round to tinkering with lighting with it much yet, that'll save me some noob experimenting for sure Gorgeous drinks cabinet shot too, love the processing.
  8. Afternoon, not been around for a while apart from digital lurking Spotted while tinkering with servers in the cellar of the old Izal site, next to where they made Churchill tanks. The place still smells faintly of Izal soap. Apologies for the shit pic, I only had my phone. Cue lots of itchy ring Izal flashbacks from anyone old enough
  9. Nice shots, & nice find, that'll do me for a wander soon
  10. Ah, that'll be the lot someone warned me about when I was heading there the other week then I was told to watch out for Batman
  11. Awesome report dude. No unexplained doors with helpful signs like "to hidden area" then?
  12. Hi Lolly, from someone else who got a bit enthusiastic when they were new here Don't sweat it, post some lovely pictures, it's friendly here Welcome to OS.