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The death of urban explorers is clearly on the increase world wide and gives great cause for concern. With its increase in popularity we have to exercise more caution out there. Woman Dies After Fall From Abandoned Grain Elevator The woman, who was exploring the building with a group of friends, slipped off a ladder on the 10th floor and fell into a metal grain bin 30 feet below. http://cbsloc.al/1dVWSku http://minnesota.cbslocal.com/video?autoStart=true&topVideoCatNo=default&clipId=11574700
Just up the road from the picturesque Dobbs Weir is an overgrown plot of land that I have been driving past for months. Behind the brambles is a what looks like a very large collapsing shed, every time I turn my head at it and wonder if there is anything of interest in it. Had it been bigger and made of brick then I would have been in like a shot, but this? Is it going to be worth the trek and the scratches?? It turns out that its called 'Picardy', probably named after the province in Northern France famed for The Battle of the Somme, so I did my normal research and came up with a very sad news paper article about the place It would appear that there was a caravan type mobile home in the garden of Picardy, it's not clear whether anybody still lived in the house itself at the time, but going by the dates on some of the stuff inside then I would guess that the house was in such a poor state of repair that it was abandoned and the caravan in the garden became the new home. The caravan base is just visible through the sea of stinging nettles In September 2010 a planning application for 4 detached houses was rejected by Epping Forest Council So, it on with the photos and I'll let you see what you make of the place Thanks for looking