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  1. Hi all! Just a quick one this time, we decided to visit an old abandoned boatyard which also had an old car place inside as well. We couldn't find to much history on this one however it was nicely buried away in some trees/bushes along the side of the South Coast. Hope you enjoy the footage!
  2. An abandoned beacon in the baltic sea. There are two of it. One 1000m and the other one in 4000m distance from the runway. Ther were used to enlarge the range of the runway ...so the pilots could navigate easier to the short runway. Build and used by the NVA. The army of the former GDR... (DDR).
  3. The Prince was produced in six versions for the civil market. Several examples were operated as executive aircraft including by Standard Motors and Shell Oil. Three aircraft were used by the UK Ministry of Civil Aviation as airport facilities checking aircraft. The Sea Prince operated in two roles: in T.Mk.1 form it served as a navigation and anti-submarine trainer; the C.Mks. 1 and 2 were flown in the transport role. However, these were landplanes and not COD (carrier on-board delivery) aircraft. Sea Princes operated in both roles from 1954 to 1972 and as a navigation trainer until 1978, when it was replaced by the Handley Page Jetstream on with some pics thanks for looking
  4. The nicest "Kaue" i have ever seen... 1. Bergwerk am See 01 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 2. Bergwerk am See 02 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 3. Bergwerk am See 03 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 4. Bergwerk am See 04 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 5. Bergwerk am See 05 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 6. Bergwerk am See 06 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 7. Bergwerk am See 07 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 8. Bergwerk am See 08 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 9. Bergwerk am See 09 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 10. Bergwerk am See 10 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 11. Bergwerk am See 11 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 12. Bergwerk am See 12 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr
  5. Another one of my favourite explores and other than me and Revelation_space I've never seen any reports on this massive building that used to sit in Dyce. Didnt realise it was closed for a long time so we decided to pop along one day and have a look inside, think we spent about 8 hours in here going around the building the first time. This was BP's North Sea Headquarters until the new offices were built just behind this building, It was mostly just empty offices but there was some interesting bits here and there and the lighting was very nice. It was demolished in 2011 and is now a bunch of identical new build houses. These photos are taken over three visits where me and Revelation_Space pretty much covered the whole building. Loads of photos so I'll split it over two parts. Everything marked in Red here was empty on this site. We decided to catch the sunrise from the top floor then head up to the roof. The view across to the Airport. Most of the building was empty offices but I still liked them for some reason Various cabinets of switches etc left behind along with loads of Ethernet cable Quite liked the lighting here Vandalism was evident throughout Moving on to the Canteen Fancy meeting room Main Entrance I'll make a second post including stuff from the next two visits.
  6. After spending many many hours down shorts tunnels i went slighltly mad but was well worth it went down one day when it was dark came back out and it was dark again. ive finally sorted through my 10gb of pictures sorry for all the pics. if ive got any of the details wrong let me no and ill change it. the tunnels were original built for Shorts brothers sea plane factory in pre war times. in 1941 the tunnels were extended to contain the public air raid shelter parts these were around 300 meters long with many entrances and exits they also contain a command centre and a medical centre. after the war the blawknox took over the sight. in the 1990s the sight was abandoned and left to decay the was a development on the sight as a massive housing complex was built all around it. the sight has suffered from serious vandal problems as of late including a severe fire which resulted in the sight being sealed by the council. factory parts of the site im guessing this was the were the genrators were and the mail room toilets unfinished sections of the tunnels possibly an extension this is one of the air shafts and one of the man holes always waned to no were these came out. on to the air raid sections i have an obbsesion with the signs dwn here an interesting attempt at a wall gun shots the well are these stores or bays of some form medical stations approaching this we could here rushing water and found the medical station partially flooded by a burst pipe the tunnels had many first aid boxes scatered throughout the illusive black door and some graffiti dnt no when its from id like to think the war the elevator tunnel does anyone no were this came out sorry for the shear amount of pictures just dnt wana miss anything does anyone have a map of the place?
  7. Right this was not our plan for the evening!Dover was the actually place to visit for something much nicer!But as some of you may have noticed its been snowing road conditions arent good and it was minus 4 last night...so after a driver round our local derelits and a few fails on entryas a last Resort we decided to visit this place i hadnt been before uncle b has twice so not quite an adventure for him but something new for me!! History ,well it was a nursing home one report i read reckoned it closed in 2006 another said 2008.i spoke to a woman who worked there and she agreed on the 2008 option..I know obs has put up a wonderfull history on the place somewhere ,i dont know the history so tbh im not gunna nick his stuff!it is what it is and a shame its getting in the state it is in!The big baths still have power to them but thats only due to the fact they have big old batteries fitted still withg power!! Right as said visited with uncle b on a cold december night!! Some pics And one as i left of the frontage of the place ...and yes visited as ever at night Not epic but a nice building ..shame its taken me so long to get into it!!