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  1. Been a little while since I posted anything. Derp Cottage, located in what some consider Miserable Scotland, visited on a windy and cold day, but it had rather nice views. Thanks for looking
  2. A long time to get round to posting this fabulous location in France, visited with Baroness of Puddleland and Hector. This was the first stop of a long weekend and it was a major bit of wantage back when it first became known! We arrived shortly after sunrise, having been told to expect to get wet feet with the entry, we were lucky to get in dry, albeit a bit muddy. This Manor house is/was stunning, as I have since heard it became a tourist hotspot and has been alarmed and sealed. We waited for the to come up and had a good walk around the place, so much to take in, anyway here is my effort. Proper picture overload, but it was hard not too! Thanks for looking!
  3. This quick selection of pics is from a recent trip into the mountains near where I live to visit some lovely cottages. These locations are all within close proximity to each other so makes for a nice day out. First stop was an old school, which was half converted into a house, but never quite got finished and sits quietly at the side of the road. Next up, a good few minutes walk away was this old cottage which was well set off the road, but sadly very negligated, so much so it was filled with sheep shit half way up the door, but what a view! The Straw Cottage, lying quietly down a old foresty road, ground floor was full to the ceiling with straw bales, but the first floor held some nice pieces of furniture. The last stop just up the road in a very overgrown cottage, I thought it would be pretty rubbish, but I was pleasantly surprised! So there you go four fairly average cottages, but all very lovely in their own way! Thanks for looking!
  4. 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
  5. Still trying to catch up on all the explores I haven't posted, now only about 9 months and getting on for about 100 locations behind! This lovely little place in the rolling Welsh hills was a excellent find by a group of wandering seagulls from what I understand! I left my residence for the night in the Leeds area, heading off to SheepmanLandinshire to find exactly what this place is like. Arriving at the location and a very long boggy walk tot he location, I was soon in a amazed to see how good it was. Very similar to the ones I find in Scotland, but this one was a bit special, one of the first decent Residential locations I had done in Wales, and it did not disappoint. This location like the scottish ones is full of locations, prepare to be bored of my pics by the time you get to the end! It was time to head off once again and onto the next location! This was a wonderful wee place to explore, so much details left behind. I still stand by the my thoughts that the UK can be as good as Euroland for small Residential places, if you look hard enough! Thanks for looking!!
  6. Started a little xmas tradition of heading south to do some Engerlandishshire derpage and meet up with some of the SOCC members. So for a little solo adventure before getting a little drunk at night a visit to the classic GB's was in order. Arriving reasonably early in the day I was off in search of an access point, ground covered in snow and bloody cold, it wasn't too long to find a route inside. The place was in quite bad condition and very overgrown, wouldn't be easy to navigate in the summer! But I was pleasantly suprised when I found the mostly untouched workshops, they were stunning! Didn't spend too long in this place, a couple other explorers turned up, so time for me too leave and continue exporing in my xmas bah humbug tranquility... more to follow in later reports. Thanks for looking!
  7. One of the last locations on the Jupilerrrrr tour with Baron and Mega Magpie Masa von Derpminge. The night before the explore, we agreed to hit this place early doors, myself and Baron spotted a small pub and decided to refresh ourselves with a light ginger ale, Mega Magpie Masa was tired and stayed back in the apartment. That night, we met the cunt santa claus, drank copious amounts of chilled honey vodka and innumerable blonde beers, oh and a few jagers added to the mix. The bar was meant to close at 11pm I think, at 2am we found ourselves opening the door on a taxi to go to a nightclub, I realised how mad we would be if we missed the courthouse, and pulled Baron back to the apartment. Early doors, we stumbled around and found ourselves outside the courthouse, me being an idiot, didn't look round before trying to dive under a herras fence, only to be shouted at by the German Police car driving up the road, quickly pulling myself up, the police pull up beside me, ask what i am doing, in my best scottish accent (gibberish) exclaimed "fell over officer, too much vodka!" They looked at me, probably couldn't be hooped dealing with a drunk scotsman and off we toddled round the back of the site and through another fence. Thanks for looking!
  8. 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!!
  9. This explore was a fairly random find for myself, after a day out looking around my local area some locations I had spotted previously I passed this place unexpectedly. A quick stop, run along and peek in the windows to check if it was empty and had potential, creeping up behind the building peering in the small back window, it a cracking looking vintage cooker it looked like it had potential!! A week or two passes before I return to avert any suspicious neighbours wondering why my car would be parked up close by. After my first look, I was excited to get in and have a proper look around, I wasn't disappointed! This place has lots more to offer, and need revisit it sometime to capture more have a proper look around, there are a couple more photos on my Flickr, if you are interested to see more! Thanks for looking!
  10. From the last Euro Jupilerrrrrrr Tour, visited with The Baron of Scotland and Mega Magpie Masa! Thanks for looking
  11. Still miles behind in posting some reports up, but this was from an small trip to Engerlandshire and Welsheepshugger land between Xmas and New Year. First stop of this particular cold morning was one of two mills I visited. The first is known as Tweed Mill, and access is not the easiest, but a bit of decent balance and no stopping half way over its simple enough for what is a bit of a gem of a little mill. Ever since I first saw this place appear on the forums a few years ago, I knew it was right up my street, lots of nice natural decay, and plenty of bits left behind to see!! The second mill, only a mile up the road, was jam packed with machines, making it a bit harder to get the images I wanted, but did my best, known as the Wool Mill. Many thanks for looking, as always, click the pics if you want to see more or visit my Flickr
  12. Not much info on the history of this rather nice Cottage, however there is a lot of information on the owners found inside. The man who lived her was David Sharp and also I believe his brother Victor, two of three brothers, the third being Douglas. Born around 1927, David and his Brother Victor went on to become Sheep Farmers eventually buying the Farm Shearers in his early twenties. David lived in this cottage for a good 60 years, his last known occupancy being around 2005, working his life as a Sheep Farmer all those days. I believe David passed away in 2007, his 80th year. Living in the same cottage for some 60 years he became a bit of a recluse, working, living, hoarding in the farm. Living near the bread line for many years this Gentleman ended up becoming a bit of an alcholic and developing ppor health in later years. I found this place a while back and been waiting patiently to explore it, waiting for one of those rare Scottish Bluebird days. This today turned out to be one of the best explores I've had in my local area. Spending around 5 hours here looking around getting true sense of what this Gent lived through and learning about his life. This is Shearer's Cottage. First entering the Cottage, it was soon to hit me this would be awesome. Thank you for looking!
  13. From the Jupilerrrrr Euro Tour with Baron of Derpland and Mega Magpie Kores! A lovely mid day wander around this rather public location, how we didn't get spotted is beyond me!! Thanks for looking!!!
  14. I've fallen behind quite a bit with posting reports, because I have been exploring so much lately. To speed things up a bit I've decided to post a several smaller ones in one post. These are from a trip I took in July to the far reaches of Scotland, almost every one I went into was a bit a little bit special. So first up was the day three of the adventure and nineth explore of the trip. First Chance Cottage On a miserable rainy day, this was the first opporunity that presented itself for an explore! Little derp next door, not much going on inside it though. Pink Carpet Cottage Number #11 on the trip, lovely n pink! Lords Helper Cottage Number #13 on the trip, this more new styled Cottage, full of religious items. Teddy's Gathering Cottage Last explore of the day was this surprising little cottage which was once the home of a soft toy maker. Thanks for looking!
  15. Took a few days to go round some new Scottish locations I had found, ended up doing 16 locations over 3/4 days, didn't find any really amazing locations but a lot with nice bits to them all, so throwing some of the better shots into this one report. If you would like to see any more of the places, you will find them on my Flickr, the website is a little behind atm Anchor Cottage Ram Cottage Sinners Cottage Lobster Cottage Mary's Cottage Mario Cottage Spinners Cottage Horn Cottage Rat Cottage Vinyl Cottage TV Cottage Peebles Cottage Bird Cottage Black House
  16. Not much history on this weirdly superb explore, situated in the rolling hills of Scotland, a country estate owner created a mini religious haven / retreat for himself. This small report is over 3 of the buildings within the estate, first up... The Garden Room The Chapel The Residence Thanks for looking
  17. Last post on the July trip I promise, but still more to some after these (another three adventures). Lady's View Cottage Perched on top of a hill overlooking a stunning inlet of the sea, beautiful!! Dirt Cottage Hidden in amongst some trees not far from Lady's View was this little hidden secret. Oldies View Last two explores sat nicely beside each other with some of the best views of the trip, superb way to end the trip to the far reaches of Scotland. Squatters Holiday Just down the hill from Oldies View, this place seemed to have been recently used by a squatter. As Always there are loads more pics of all these places on my Flickr on the link below. Thanks for taking the time to look at my pics!
  18. From the Euro Tour with the SOCC mob including Project Mayhem, Lowri, Carl Hartley, Andy K Urbex (Behind Closed Doors) and Darbains. The vovage would take myself to pick up PM and Lowri, and heading for the Chunnel, after 12 hours of driving we arrive and soon in the Euroland heading for Germany. First stop on route was this delightful House in Belgium. The Little Green House is amazing, lights working just to help that little bit more, what lay within was beyond belief!! Heading upstairs, I didn't think there was much more to see, I was wrong, very wrong. Couple shots of the Kitchen and its time to move on towards Germany. The Little Green House More pics of this stunning location on my Flickr Page, link below. Thanks for looking!!
  19. Last Collection of pics from the tour of far reaches of Scotland. Day 4 = Explore #15 Radio Cottage Fishermans Cottage This was one of the best finds of the trip, a fully loaded cottage and even a gun! Woobly Cottage This place shook with every step! Chaise Cottage Scotlands version of Chaise Abbey, or not! Thanks for looking!!!
  20. Well its not a quite a cottage, and it was quite manky in places with used bog paper and toiletries and raw food packaging lying around. It was a quick visit to the Seamans Discharge Hoose! Thanks for looking!!
  21. Too finish off day 1 of the trip (yes the 5/6 previous posts were all in one day!) It was probably a perfect way to end it before heading off to camp and have a couple whisky's in front of a fire! The Blue Chair Tea Party is one of my personal faves from the whole trip, so I may go a bit pic crazy here! Thanks for looking!!
  22. Two explores in one, a kinda crappy cottage and a suprisngly quaint church in a former Mill building! Half Cottage, only half of it remained! Mill Church Thanks for looking!!
  23. Haven't posted a set of pics on here for a couple weeks, but I have been a very busy explorer. Completed to trips, one in Scotland to see some of the best cottages / crofts / residental explores I have ever had the pleasure of seeing. More recently I was on a Euro explore, but those pics are still in the works. The Scottish adventure lasted 5 days, and the quality and quantity of potential explores was unbelievable, this one will take a couple re-visits to get through the sheer volume of places I have identified. To kick things off, the first explore of the trip was the Blue Stove Cottage. What a cracking wee find to start the adventure, lots more to come! Thanks for looking!
  24. Second explore of the trip was this superb little derelict cottage, my jaw dropped when I had a little wander about! The Cottage of Three Hats (Scotlands attempt of Belgiums 5 Hats) The views from this lonely cottage was simpy breath taking! Thanks for looking!!
  25. Third find of the trip was the unassuming wee cottage on the cliffside. The Yellow Chair Cottage. Thanks for looking!!
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