RAF Coningsby is a partially active RAF base and was opened in 1940 as a bomber station. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find more about the history of this place. So I don't know when the abandoned part has been closed.
Stupidly I had forgotten the plate of my tripod at home. That's why I had to take the photos without a tripod and with a higher ISO setting.
Visited with @The_Raw and others, before we joined the "End of summer party" in September last year.
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By Tanya Rees
AMAZING explore. It looks like the owners had started packing up then decided to leave it - her whole life is just left, medication, money, credit cards, glasses, clothes, hundreds of books, electricity still on after 8years !!! Beautiful house with so much history - little gem
all that remains of a decoy airfield
small bunker type construction with a searchlight mounted on top and a small room at the back to house a gennerator
fires would have been light at night at this location to fool the german bombers to target here instead of the real site a few miles away
the searchlight platform is now fallien off and just a pile of bricks and metal
thanks for looking
By Tarell Urbex
I found this house totally abandoned with everything left including the car! Theres so much stuff inside I could literally barely walk around. Be sure to check out my other videos. Thanks a lot.
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Great Yarmouth, or more accurately just Yarmouth is a typically tacky seaside town with mile upon mile of the stereotypical kind of tat and tasteless amusement arcades you only find on the shorelines of England. The kind of establishments that have lightweight wooden chairs that only the elderly find comfortable. If you ever get the chance to visit, politely decline at all costs! We had the misfortune of accidentally finding ourselves at a lose end in the area, the terrible weather on that drab Sunday morning only added to the misery, but the Winter Gardens, by its very nature, provided a nice bit of shelter from the pouring rain and anorak-clad diehard candyfloss eaters... A relic from the heyday of the English beach holiday, it is one of the few remaining places along the seafront to retain any of the Victorian charm that (probably) once adorned the town. It's basically just a big conservatory, so don't get excited! It has a bit of ok-ish ironwork and that's about it. But, if you like wearing wigs, climbing on shit and getting inside stuff that you're not supposed to go in, then this place is lots of fun, a satisfying playground for those of us who, to quote Leicestershire Police, have "anti-social" tendencies.
Visited with @SpiderMonkey, Brewtal and a crazy lady named Jane!
I'm sure they are so proud to have this mess in such a prominent position on their seafront
Over the hoarding is even worse
Inside is a bit better, if you're a fan of lightweight wooden chairs that only the elderly find comfortable.
I bet the old dears loved this tropical island of seats. "Ohh look Dorris, let's sit under the palm trees. I've never been abroad"
It felt just like a real jungle
Surely not comfortable? They don't look old enough.
Beep Dop Bappabop (that's robot speak for "Hey there, let me cup your balls")
Of course there's a bistro!
Right, fuck this shit.... Fun time!
Not bad for 20p!
On that note it was time to find somewhere worth visiting... But even the KFC had lightweight wooden bloody chairs that only the elderly find comfortable.