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- Unexposed Exploration is back with my first report of the year! & i promise to do a new post every week starting now!! Back at the beginning of the year myself and "Adam X" visited Chaise Abbey before the tour buss arrived and ruined if for everyone! :(

The Explore:

The cold foggy morning in january we set off on the 4+ hour drive to the only location of the day "Chaise Abbey" when we arrived it was still pitch black. We where sitting in the car waiting for sun to come up a little more when a car pulled in behind us! Police ? Secca ? It cant be all over already ? No thankfully it was more explorers, So we quickly left and started the walk to the location. It was only until i checked my phone and i had 3 texts saying "Is that you guys at "chaise abbey" and we realised we would not be the only explorers this weekend.

When we where inside the grounds of the abbey the aim was to get inside as quickly as possible, Getting inside via the smallest entry on the hole building. Once inside we follow the sound of people talking to find out who else is around and where greeted with more explorers.

We all broke up and spent a good 3-4 hours inside before meeting 2 more explorers and then leaving, getting some quick externals on the way out.

Amazing explore, One of the best buildings i've seen to date!!

(sorry about the mix and match with my watermark)

Finally on with the photos.....

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Thanks for looking everyone, comments/feedback is always welcome!

More photos from this location over at my page - Unexposed Exploration

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That's a spanking report mate and glad you're on the mend from your accident, I don't even know you but was pretty worried when I heard about it! :thumb

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