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  1. After visiting the site last year, and only making it half way down the 'stairs of death', and all the other entrances completely sealed, we decided to head back and give it another shot.. This time the stairs were even more dangerous, and were completely missing a huge section of steps, that had been completely destroyed. After deciding it a wasn't a great idea to continue further, we decided to see if any of the other entrances were open, and to our surprise we found a way in!! Fresh soil had been put down around the area, and it looked like work had been taking place, so not sure what the future of the bunker is at the moment. There's not a great deal left inside, but the tunnels themselves make for some decent photos!
  2. Sony Vegas or final cut pro are both decent!
  3. Quality photos! The manor is such a wonderful place to take a look around, so glad I managed to get in at the end of last year before the crowd showed up! look forward to future posts
  4. This place has been on the radar for a while now but never got the chance to properly take a look. The dome itself can be seen for quite a few miles across the surrounding areas. Not a great deal of information available other than it looks like some sort of water treatment site/reservoir possibly used by the MOD, given the land its situated on. It doesn't appear to be fully derelict either as you can still here the sound of running water and the grass seems to be trimmed. The explore went as planned, few dog walkers here and there, other than that spent a little while looking around.
  5. After discovering this place, reading a news article I decided to take a look. Theres not a great deal of history on this place other than the fact it was used as a home for ww2 soldiers after coming back from war. It's been home to several owners of the years however the place has fallen into disrepair. The manor is currently up for sale. The explore itself went really well, after making our way through the grounds and finding an entrance, we were greeted with a stunning pool, with paintings on every wall. As we moved further on we found a sauna, bar, a superb inside courtyard, a huge basement complete with model railway and what looked like a full size tank made of wood, whoever previously lived in the manor was clearly very creative... The vast majority of rooms have Been emptied out however a few furnishings still remain. We made our way onto the roof when we noticed a man walking down the drive towards the manor, we noticed him walk around checking through the windows before leaving again. Must have been looking after the place and making sure nothing was damaged. We didn't get caught however so that's a bonus! Since then we have been back however our original entrance had been sealed back up. PHOTOS: https://500px.com/serenity4urbex/galleries/pool-manor
  6. So its been well over a year since I last posted anything, and thought its about time I started up again! Since the brickworks was quite close, I decided to go have a mooch around and do some filming. Quiet explore with no interruptions
  7. Decided to head to this place and have a look around, everything has been stripped from the inside, although still a great place to photograph. Access was easy, and we didn't hear or see from the secca what so ever. Also managed to make our way up the tower.
  8. There are two sites closely situated in the same area
  9. After hearing about this place from a friend we decided to have a look around. Access was easy enough and we quickly made our way into the first building, however some of the machines were still running, and had the keys left in which was strange. Despite this we carried on and found an entrance to another building. Inside we found various parts of old machinery as well as brand new sheets of steel just lying around! Overall pretty good explore!
  10. So I've visited this place twice before but only taken photos down there once. Most of the hatches are welded shut, however two of them are accessible, one leading down to a large square section and the other down to a much smaller, round section of the reservoir. The ladders leading down are slightly unstable and do wobble as your going down Nice explore for warm afternoon!
  11. So I heard about this place from a previous report so decided to have a look around. After gaining access immediately once we were on the site, we discovered that its fairly large, the corridors seem to go on forever. A majority of the floor has been taken up and there are random items dotted about in various different rooms. We also discovered a basement which we ventured into, which turned out to also go on forever. Away from the main building there are several small outbuildings with other junk and old documents. We also managed to find 2 of the server rooms. THE BASEMENT
  12. After hearing about this place from a friend I decided to take a look around. Not sure what company owned the place previous to it being left derelict, but anyway quite a nice explore on monday morning. Asbestos signs were dotted around the place..
  13. Could live in CMH, a pain to get in, but worth every minute! Great Photos!!
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