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  1. Thanks mate. Yeah it’s a nice spot. Bet it would be nice and easy now without plants and weeds.
  2. Thanks all, ShAme we missed the hall and some of the other Corridors, they are bloody long!
  3. A few photos from an exploring roadtrip of Essex and Kent with Mookster and our American explorer friend from back in April. Another backlog, and another one where I managed to set my camera to JPEG. DOHHH!!!! We clambered through some undergrowth and spent about 45 minutes inside. We were in one of the large corridors and heard barking. We absolutely pegged it down the corridor; I'm carrying quite a lot of extra weight so there was no chance to sneak into a side room for 10 mins. We heard the inevitable "OI!" from about 300 yards down the corridor, we'd been seen. I don't believe in running when actually caught; so we turned back and walked up to the security and explained ourselves. He asked us how we got in, marched us to the gate and let us go onto the road right by my car. result! I think our American friend was pleasantly suprised by how easy it went down. - St George's Hospital is a disused hospital situated on Suttons Lane in Hornchurch in the London Borough of Havering, in North East London. It opened its doors in 1939 as "Suttons Institution" and was used during World War II to house airmen from the nearby RAF Hornchurch. In 1948 during its advent into the NHS; it was renamed St George's. The site has remained empty since 2012 and the vacant site has since been transferred into the ownership of NHS Property Services when the company was formed in April 2013. There are plans are in place for a new health centre on site, with the remaining land being converted to housing; Quelle Supríse! #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 #10 #11 #12 More At: https://www.flickr.com/photos/landie_man/albums/72157693679140750
  4. Another season; another backlog, this shiftwork sure makes you a bit slower! I visited this site back at the end of March with Mookster and a non forum member. I have posted several reports after this one, but for some reason this one slipped the net. It was operated by Pilkington Glass up until the 1960's where sand was washed prior to the production of glass. The site is in St Helens, Merseyside and is an absolute mission to get into through mud, undergrowth and then in through a rust water filled basement. Its a wonder non f us fell into the water. I Accidentally shot these in JPEG so the editing is a bit ropey. #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 #10 #11 More At: https://www.flickr.com/photos/landie_man/albums/72157698933151464
  5. Thanks mate. Yeah I was very surprised. Strange really as the immediate area around the edge of Slough is quite affluent!
  6. Thanks mate. Yep it’s worth going that way. It’s quite a way for me but shout me if you think of anything else round there!
  7. Thanks Mate, it makes for a change from the familiar whiff of rotting suspended ceiling tile in an abandoned office environment
  8. Lovely. Another one that I’m well overdue doing. Nicely decayed and really lovely lighting
  9. Good to see you back about dude, looks like you have been busy!

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      Thanks mate! Yes I have! It’s been a case of letting things build up then having to deal with massive backlogs, a long distance relationship, four classic cars and a full time job!!  But I think I’ve got it all under control for now at least. 

       

      I defo need to get some more exploring done. Hows you mate?

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