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  1. My first underground explore, and i loved it. To bad there were a couple of Iphone explorers wandering around, who wanted to switch the light on :/ Kinda killing the atmosphere of an abandoned bus graveyard, but hey! It was nice, and maybe ill be planning a revisit. #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7
  2. Today I did some exploring in a underground bus depot. We walked down the whole tunnel. Luckily we had bright LED lights on our camera, otherwise I wouldn't have gone so far. We thought we spotted some motion sensors so we figured out a way to avoid them. There was still a loud beep every 2 minutes but we think those were smoke detectors. Cheers, Rody
  3. As The_Raw asked me so nicely heres a report even tho i posted some in photo of the day Wasn't going to do a report as to be honest after tails of PIR's being present we kinda expected when was triggered for loud alarms to go off,so we avoided the area. Baron kindly told us he set one off and we didn't go down as far as the old stairs leading up to a semi built station as there was a "chirping " noise which seemed to become more frequent as we got closer.Turns out if the pir does go off it just flashes so we could have cracked on,But after the effort getting in a joint decision was made to pack up and get back to the hotel and grab some sleep This is an unfinished metro system started in the 70's i believe and is now the home to much old junk and many buses and old trams! A few pics of what we did manage to cover.. Explored with Obscurity,Extreme Ironing,The-Raw and Monkey..waited a while to have another crack at shis so even tho we didnt cover a huge distance or find the light switch i came away happy with my lot
  4. History I dont know of much history of this site but i believe there is a local group restoring these buses, an interesting site and well worth a look around. Some pics Thanks for looking
  5. Bus Graveyard Thanks for looking, hope you enjoyed
  6. So trams are a touchy subject up here at the moment but here is the old school tram depot which was later a bus depot and repair center for Lothian buses. Not much left to photograph unfortunately! There was a pitch black tunnel underneath one of the factory buildings with signs of vagrants, lots of single shoes and drugs paraphernalia... it was just too dark to capture! Impromptu 'splore and no tripod = fail! I'd appreciate if any Edinburgh & surrounding area explorers could get in touch, be good to tag along with some folk! Cheers.
  7. Found this on our walkabout, not alot of pics as there was men working on boats nearby.
  8. We all know Pripyat and the story. I went there last week and although its totally played out and is now a full-on tourist attraction it still is shocking to see first hand. This was on the first day of a 2 day tour I did with a non-forum friend and one of the many buildings we hit up. I recommend anyone thinking of going to get over there ASAP. Pipryiat bus station closed in April 1986 after the explosion in Chernobyl. The station is situated just on the city border and is a fairly small building still containing lots of character. And finally the bus route map still hanging on the wall.... Thanks for looking.