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  • Hugh Jorgan's Avatar
    Today, 11:47
    Superb photos considering it must have been pitch black. The second last picture shows there is a hole in the floor at the end of the stairs just in case there are any invaders this is what will happen to them.
    3 replies | 177 view(s)
  • Hugh Jorgan's Avatar
    Today, 11:40
    Nicely captured. I had a look for an earlier post for comparison and found one by MD which was done back in 2014, comparing with those in 2014 and Mikey's post the house has become worse for wear and what looks like vandalism. Here's the link to MD's post if you want a look see. https://www.derelictplaces.co.uk/main/residential-sites/29647-packington-hall-farm-packington-leicestershire-2014-a.html
    4 replies | 204 view(s)
  • The Wombat's Avatar
    Today, 07:26
    Wow, what a find. Excellent work :)
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  • The Wombat's Avatar
    Today, 07:20
    Nicely done Mikey No access when i visited a few years back Shame what the kids have done to it
    4 replies | 204 view(s)
  • HughieD's Avatar
    Today, 05:07
    Superb set Mikey. Had a failure here about after ago as it was in the middle of the day and there were too many people around. Sad about the spray-can yobs. Despite that you have produced an excellent set of images as you always do.
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  • HughieD's Avatar
    Today, 05:02
    Yup...what Mikey said. Some super images here in very difficult lighting conditions Brewtal.
    3 replies | 177 view(s)
  • mockingbird's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:49
    Could of done a whole report on those sheds alone mate, shame I ran out of time to look at them, sucks the place is graffed with pointless scribble, I dont recall anything like that on my visit, then again the YouTube lot posted this place soon after my visit... Calling card you say? ;)
    4 replies | 204 view(s)
  • Mikeymutt's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:23
    Some lovely lighting in there mate.i so like these shelters.such a challenge and lovely colours and lots of history.spot on
    3 replies | 177 view(s)
  • Mikeymutt's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:20
    That's is a stunning and detailed report.i do love the vibrant colours of this place and it is nice to see some close up shots and parts of the building many others leave out.great stuff pv
    12 replies | 386 view(s)
  • Mikeymutt's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:18
    I have seen this appear a few times and quite liked the look of it.so as me and man gone wrong weew in the aerea we decided to have a little look.sadly since earlier reports by ferox and mb the place has been graffed up badly now which is quite sad to see.but I still enjoyed it with some lovely decay and interesting bits and bobs in the sheds which luckily enough were untouched.its a strange place an old farmhouse and sheds and barns situated in the middle of a housing estate.what the future...
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  • Brewtal's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:13
    Been meaning to visit this place for ages. Don't have a lot of free time on my hands at the moment with the new job and general life stress and the bullshit that goes hand in hand with both. So, sorry I have been neglecting the forum! :( After having to go in to work on my day off, it was great to have a long overdue catch up with Gromr123 down this way. I am sure I was supposed to be about the weekend he first went, but I was probably working or had a dog shaped spanner flung into that...
    3 replies | 177 view(s)
  • Brewtal's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:07
    Lovely lovely stuff! Been looking forward to seeing your pics from here! Such a colourful place and captured spot on as always. Nice one!
    12 replies | 386 view(s)
  • Brewtal's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:53
    I always make a point of my hatred of videos whenever I bother to comment on them when posted here, but that is nicely done mate. Great shooting, composition, editing, music... a refreshing change. I still hate videos though. But that is a nice middle finger to the youtube generation. Thanks for posting that one mate, watched it a couple of times because it was short and tastefully done. Welcome to the forum!
    2 replies | 143 view(s)
  • krela's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:50
    Welcome to the forum! I like the video a lot, it's rare I watch a whole video without skipping. It's very apocalyptic feeling and your use of light and processing is lovely. However, would you mind editing it to follow the guide to posting location reports... https://www.derelictplaces.co.uk/main/help-and-faqs/16286-guide-posting-location-report-new-post.html Or if you're not too interested in doing that then for future reference there is a thread for videos here;
    2 replies | 143 view(s)
  • Brewtal's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:44
    Meh... It would've been nice to face some fears, I have recurring nightmares set in here all the time. I'm just happy to see it posted on here more than anything. I'm due a post xmas visit back home anyway! ; )
    18 replies | 2165 view(s)
  • Christou1990's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:40
    Short cinematic film of Healey Mills train graveyard and Dudfleet Mill.
    2 replies | 143 view(s)
  • krela's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:47
    The arc rectifiers would probably have been used to generate DC power for the lighting systems. Back in the early - mid 90s I use to work with a DC lighting system including carbon arc spotlights at a Theatre, crazy things, particularly if the carbon rods exploded which they did occasionally. However seeing the old DC systems is incredibly rare.
    12 replies | 386 view(s)
  • Snailsford's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:42
    As PV has stated, you can see some awesome passion here! Keep up the good work pal!
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  • Snailsford's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:38
    Nice shots rubex! God id love to give that climbing wall a quick go, shit Iíll climb anything.
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  • Snailsford's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:36
    Absolutely stunning and those mercury rectifiers, oh my sweet Jesus... Caveman technology now with the use of diodes, but back in the day that was ground breaking stuff!
    12 replies | 386 view(s)
  • smiler's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:37
    Man, That is good, Thanks
    12 replies | 386 view(s)
  • Rubex's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:20
    Amazing place! So colourful :) great pics prettyvacant!
    12 replies | 386 view(s)
  • Sidsdx1988's Avatar
    Yesterday, 16:45
    LOve the modified signs!:chuncky: lmfao!!
    10 replies | 1072 view(s)
  • Dirus_Strictus's Avatar
    Yesterday, 15:22
    In 30 plus years of arson investigations where large derelict/vacant buildings were involved, I only came across four cases (out of a total of 45 incidents) where so called 'developers' were actually involved in the arson planning. In all cases skilled arsonists set the fires - the integrity of the structures was compromised and immediate demolition followed on public safety grounds. No developer is going to involve local idiots to set a fire on which their profits depend on; they would soon...
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  • HughieD's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:16
    That. Is. A Stunner. Fantastic stuff PV...
    12 replies | 386 view(s)
  • Electric's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:39
    Mercury arc rectifiers look fantastic. Here's a site about them: Electrokinetica - Mercury arcs: Introduction
    12 replies | 386 view(s)
  • Gosoftly's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:01
    First, thank you for these great images. The item in question is a mercury rectifier for converting high current AC to DC. They are quite spectacular in use, and the electrodes, dancing on the top of the mercury give off a purple light. They also get incredibly hot, hence the cooling apparatus.
    12 replies | 386 view(s)
  • krela's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:04
    Wow, so many original features. That's amazing. Gotta love ethical squatters eh? Beautiful photos as always PV, thanks.
    12 replies | 386 view(s)
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