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By Dubbed Navigator
This website has many sections off the main exploration forums, all of which can help you with taking advantage of the many features it has. Some of these are cosmetic, some of them directly impact posting.
These guides are located at http://www.oblivionstate.com/forum/information/technical-help/
These will be updated over the coming weeks, however it would be useful for people to pipe up and ask any "how to" so we can kill two birds with one stone
I've had a love of photographing corridors and other vanishing-point perspective shots for a long time now, long before I took a greater interest into the UE world, and old hospitals/asylums tend to present the best ones. Here are a few from different places over the years, feel free to post yours below too!
RAF Nocton Hospital - Nov 2013
RAF Nocton Hospital - Apr 2014
Severalls Hospital - March 2014
Frank Whittles Factory - May 2014
Derby Royal Infirmary - May 2014
Severalls Hospital - Dec 2014
CWM Cokeworks - Mar 2015
North Wales Hospital Denbigh - Mar 2015
Selly Oak Hospital - May 2015
Benenden Hospital - Sep 2015
St. Joseph's Seminary - Oct 2015
St. John's Hospital - Oct 2015
RAE Bedford 3x3 - Nov 2015
RAF Upwood - Jan 2016
W Hospital - Apr 2016
Welsh Hospital - June 2016
RAF West Raynham - July 2016
Bletchley Park - May 2017
T.G. Greens Pottery - Jul 2017
Malsis School - Aug 2017
Let's see yours...
To all members
A little while ago, we started allowing the uploading of photos directly to the forum as opposed to requiring members to hotlink them from an external website.
This is not exclusive to OS, however it is a major shift in how we operate and in our view, a great step forward that is of benefit to both our members and the forum itself.
We have now had the opportunity to gather some valuable feedback, and although we can’t change the physical functionality behind the attachement mechanism, we have addresses another concern - the size limit of each upload.
This has now been increased to 4MB, which we hope will be enough for our members. If it still presents a problem please let a member of the team know.
By Ninja Kitten
Are we all done for posting our favourite photos on the thread " WE NEED YOUR PHOTOS "??
If so i suggest you all take a peek at the photos posted on there and choose what you like best and post below...only choose one..and il get to work on it... cheers guys and gals!!
I've got a bit of a thing for theatres and cinemas and this one had been tightly sealed for many years and had the reputation of being a real tough nut to crack. When I heard there was a whiff of a chance I realised that I had to act quick if I was to get inside this rather special place. I'm certainly glad I made the effort!
Here's a bit of history n' stuff -
The ABC Cinema is Grade II listed. It rounds the corner of Lime Street and is one of the first historic buildings, still standing, that visitors see when leaving Lime Street Station.
ABC acquired the building in 1930, known as The Forum, it opened a year later to become one of the finest cinemas of the era.
The six storey exterior was designed by A. E. Shannon and its sleek portland stone has very little decoration other than motifs over the entrance. Despite this, the building remains a very distinct feature on Lime Street. The building is listed for its grand interior, which was later subdivided, which is said to remain one of designer William R. Glen's best cinemas.
There's a news report from December 2016 reporting that the City Council had sold the building to Neptune Investments who say “The next major phase of Lime Street regeneration is now coming forward with the refurbishment and re-opening of the former ABC cinema building on the corner of Lime Street as a major new music and live entertainment venue for the city.”
A planning application is due to be submitted shortly, with an aim of giving the city a venue of "international standing", that will see the former cinema converted to hold crowds of up to 1,500 for live performances in its famous auditorium, with complementary ancillary uses.