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  1. Smudges A.K.A The Crofters Arms Hotel and McGees first ever video report May 2018 The Urban Collective We Film It...
  2. Say "Saltersgate Inn" on our away weekend and the reading is fascinating https://www.thewhitbyguide.co.uk/the-legend-of-the-saltersgate-inn-part-1/
  3. Churchills Pub Bolton - Feb 2018 This week on Bygone Pubs we take a look into the derelict Grade two listed #Churchills #pub in #Bolton #Lancashire Formerly #TheRoseHillTavern. Many a #BoltonWanderers fan will remember a match day at Burnden Park then off to Churchills for a good old pint. Unfortunately, though the memories are all that remains.
  4. The Old Sodality Club #Leigh Lanc's This video is the first of my new series #bygonepubs where Il be documenting the steady decline of these wonderful gathering holes as the corporations' franchises and chains etc increase their stamp on society. I've had wonderful feedback from many people since posting this video on "cough cough" Facebook, who've told me many wonderful stories about the place before it was lost to economic decline thank's to the powers that be. I believe the place closed in 2010 ish and was once a popular watering hole for many a denizen. From parties to football to darts and karaoke the place once bustled with the familiar tone's of friendship and alcoholism "Swigs his Guinness". You can almost hear the faint echoes of the past in places like these so I'd like to share my documentation of the place in a video format as I did not get many pics. Thanks for any feedback guys. PEACE The Urban Collective We Film It...
  5. How to post a report using Flickr Flickr seems to change every time the wind changes direction so here's a quick guide on how to use it to post a report... Step 1 - Explore and take pictures Step 2 - Upload your chosen pictures to Flickr like this.. Step 3 - Once your images are successfully uploaded to flickr choose a category for the location that you have visited... Step 4 - Then "Start New Topic".. You will then see this screen... Step 5 - Now you are ready to add the image "links", known as "BBcodes", which allow your images to display correctly on forums.. Step 6 - Then click "select" followed by "view on photo page".. Now select "Share" shown below.. Step 7-13 - You will then see this screen... Just repeat those steps for each image until you're happy with your report and click "submit topic"! You can edit your report for 24 hours after posting to correct errors. If you notice a mistake outside of this window contact a moderator and they will happily rectify the problem for you
  6. Visited with a mate one night last week, bit of a rushed visit. Photos not great as my main touch ran out as soon as got there and left the spare batteries at home, so using my back up light and most photos took one handed so little blurry but wanted to share anyway. Will prob do a revisit as 2 mins from my flat. Couldn't find much info on it but this is little bit I did find - Public house. Dated on rainwater head, 1904. Brick with stone dressings, rendering and half timbering, combined for maximum picturesque effect. Plain tile roof. Hearty blend of late medieval and Baroque features in a typically exhuberant Edwardian fashion. Three storeys and attics with two-storey wing to Deanery Way. Corner entrance and four-bay elevation, two-window return. Semicircular entrance porch surmounted by tower. Full-height pilasters marking the angles of the two elevations. Half-timbered tower above the entrance with bands of mullioned and transomed windows in two storeys, and rendered upper storey with oculus in cartouche; projecting domed cap. Elevation to main road comprises three gables, that to the right having decorative framing and overshadowing the pair to the left. Paired segmental-arched windows to ground floor with heavy voussoirs divided by corbel carrying upper oriel window. Other windows on first and second floors are mullioned lights with small pane sashes of original design. Jettied upper storeys are timbered with close studding and quatrefoil panelling in apex of gable. Stone dressings to windows in brick storeys, timber mullions above. Return to Deanery Way comprises two gables divided by a chimney breast. Each gable has segmental-arched window with stone voussoirs in brick lower storey, and mullioned sash windows in rendered upper storeys. Half-timbered jettied attic gables with mullioned windows in upper storeys. Stone pilaster at one side supports jettying of left hand gable. Lower wing beyond has high central entrance with segmental pediment, and flanking sash windows. Similar very tall sash windows with brick dressings in rendered upper storey. Decorative railings and rainwater furniture.
  7. The Tartan Tiger Bar hidden away and almost forgotten for many years is this lovely, yet mostly untouched bar in the depths of grand building in rural Scotland. The roofs are collapsing in several areas, it reeks of damp and mould, sounds like a perfect explore to me!! A long early morning drive I found myself wandering along a lovely little river, following its banks to avoid unwanted attention, I made the dash across a road and up through the long overgrown winding track which took me to the Bar. Quickly finding my way inside, I was amazed to see so much left behind, bottles, seats, plates, full kitchen equipment, photos from the bars regulars enjoying parties. One slight problem it was very very very dark the further you went in, almost dungeon like Thanks for looking!!
  8. I visited here with Lavino, I spotted it as we were walking by it and said we should go in and have a look at it. So once we got to the access point it stunk a bit and it was pitch black so I thought the place wasn't going to be too good, but when I turned around and turned on my torch I saw a bar full of bottles and un smashed glasses. Also there were quite a few stool's and tables dotted around also books all around on the floor for some strange reason. Next we moved onto the upper floor it was a bit brighter as it had windows but it still wasn't that much light, but the great thing about the upper floor is it had 2 glass domes which looked amazing ( one was taken into pieces and placed on the floor ) and there was another another bar which was also in ok condition. And then we moved onto a next set of staircases but this one was the living quarters of the owners and this was the only floor which didn't look too good as it had plants growing in one room and it also had a striped carpet plus a big steel safe lying on its side. Anyway here is a bit of history and some pics from my visit hope you enjoy . The has no real certain future but it is owned by a company named PJM Trading Ltd which has long since gone out of business. The pub was built in the 19th century. During the later half of the century traveling dentists would go to the rear of the pub and extract peoples teeth, they would also have a brass band playing to drown out all of the screams. The pub was put into the hands of local brewers in the early 20th century. The place has now been shut since 2007 ( and it seems not many people have been in it since the 8 year shut down ).
  9. Not much Information available about this place, awesome when you get lost and find a derp, seems to be happening alot these days full of cobwebs and nothing "placed" would indicate this as being a fresh find The lack of graff and signs of pikeyness was pretty impressive there was a stale smoke smell and a few burnt corners, a nice little throwback . First snooker table found so I did take a few Not sure what these cushions things are all about?! Cheers for looking!
  10. La Bateau has been closed for a few months, coming on a year, the front looks like shit and they have recently put scaffolding up in order to begin refurbishment of the entire pub/venue. The scaffolding will make it so easy to gain entry as there is open windows on the second and third floors of the building so it would just be a case of gaining access without passersby noticing, maybe get in at dawn and start shooting? If anyone else has any info/previous entries/wants to come with I'd love to get my first explore under my belt!!! La Bateau, Duke St, Liverpool, U.K.
  11. I was down in erith at the weekend, and always on the lookout for exploring stuff, and found a old working men's club, and a pub called the Royal alfred pub in manor rd, both boarded up, didn't venture in/or around as it's not the safest area to be in, but if anyone in area wants to have a look, this is a pic of pub before being closed below, and the working men's club looks a reasonably interesting building. http://pubshistory.com/KentPubs/Erith/RoyalAlfred.shtml
  12. I was down south for a few days doing family stuff and this is 5 mins from my mums house-it would have been rude not to stop and have a peak. It has been empty for years and keeps getting planning permission declined for one reason or another-probably due to its close proximity to the dual carriageway and having to change access. Solo explore this one. Didnt do the cellars as no torch but you can see that on the report on DP by UE-OMJ: http://www.derelictplaces.co.uk/main/sh ... THvyaU9nOU Nothing mind blowing but a nice mellow mooch if youre in the area-just be careful of the floor boards upstairs. My pictures... and the view out back window into the lorry park.... thanks
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