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  • Lavino's Avatar
    Today, 01:58
    I've been here it's actually two separate buildings in one did you get in the other side..
    4 replies | 245 view(s)
  • Mikeymutt's Avatar
    Today, 00:42
    i have been to this place about four times and never thought it big enough for a report,although I always believe no matter ho big the building is there is always an explore there and a photograph to be had.so thought I would give it a report finally..I really actually like this place.its full of character and very apmospheric.its sat on the edge of the woods next to a large Manor House grounds.and just up the road from a small village.a wooden construction on two levels although the upstairs...
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  • Hugh Jorgan's Avatar
    Today, 00:30
    A good photographic record of this place. Well recorded.
    4 replies | 245 view(s)
  • MattFiler's Avatar
    Today, 00:28
    I go up there quite often walking my dog, and I often upload photos of it to my Flickr. Check out the link in the post to see the photos I've taken to date (theres about 200-odd I think). https://www.flickr.com/photos/mattfiler/sets/72157650558598930 If I find out any more information or remember any that is relevant I'll update the post here - but otherwise just keep an eye out on my Flickr for more photos!
    5 replies | 160 view(s)
  • Hugh Jorgan's Avatar
    Today, 00:17
    Lots of corridors. Nice report. Thanks for posting.
    5 replies | 140 view(s)
  • Hugh Jorgan's Avatar
    Today, 00:13
    Nice historical record here. Thanks for posting and maybe we will see more?
    5 replies | 160 view(s)
  • Hugh Jorgan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:57
    A good report there. But the anvil has been worked on many times as you can see the slight bow shape. Thanks for posting this one.
    5 replies | 181 view(s)
  • Hugh Jorgan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:51
    It's not too late to do something with this building apart from fitting new patio and internal doors. Nicely recorded.
    2 replies | 127 view(s)
  • Hugh Jorgan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:47
    Hugh Jorgan replied to a thread Lattenbury House in Rural Sites
    Nice find here, this house is in a not too bad condition. A new bathroom suite, a new kitchen suite, some tiles, paint a good hoovering and get rid of those cobwebs and - like you said you've got a nice house. But, in pictures 12 and 13 I noticed that the bathroom door had a bolt lock on the outside of the door. I like the nicely varnished old style doors. And the outhouse. A good find.
    2 replies | 139 view(s)
  • smiler's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:19
    Looks too nice to flatten, I hope another solution is found, I liked it, Thanks
    2 replies | 127 view(s)
  • DirtyJigsaw's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:16
    Nice set of pics there Mikey
    5 replies | 181 view(s)
  • DirtyJigsaw's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:15
    Awesome shots there mate. Nice long corridors and lots of decay. Great!!
    5 replies | 140 view(s)
  • smiler's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:14
    smiler replied to a thread Lattenbury House in Rural Sites
    You do lovely work Rubex, I enjoy your posts, Thanks
    2 replies | 139 view(s)
  • QueerBait90's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:03
    Amazing photos of an amazing looking place. What a change from the 60s. But am I the only one that noticed the seriously creepy face in the bottom window of the 5th photo?!
    23 replies | 2550 view(s)
  • The Wombat's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:10
    Mablethorpe is a small tacky coastal resort with caravan parks, seaside arcades & pound shops; but without any of the larger attractions of other larger coastal towns. The town is bordered by a large gas works, and a cluster of wind turbines…. It’s sad when a derelict building is the best thing about a town :D History is a bit sketchy, but the site dates back some time. Once the seat of the Fitzwilliam family, by 1912 it was occupied by the rector. At some point it became a care home for...
    2 replies | 127 view(s)
  • The Wombat's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:02
    very nice set of photos :) I liked this place
    7 replies | 302 view(s)
  • The Wombat's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:59
    nice set of photos mate been a couple of times myself. Do like your wide angle shot of both corridors :)
    5 replies | 140 view(s)
  • Zedstar's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:58
    love this place, good shots mate
    5 replies | 140 view(s)
  • smiler's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:36
    Good report and pics Matt, very informative, I Enjoyed it, Thanks
    5 replies | 160 view(s)
  • Rubex's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:11
    Rubex started a thread Lattenbury House in Rural Sites
    Feeling bored one afternoon I went for a drive on my own and found this house on it's own up a hill. Being my usual nosey self I decided to get out and have a look. The house was very secluded; set in a large garden that was mostly free from stinging nettles and brambles. The house obviously belongs to the farm down the track given that the electrics for the farm gate were installed within the premises of this house. Even better than the lack of brambles and nettles was the ease of access to...
    2 replies | 139 view(s)
  • thorfrun's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:47
    loving every shot, nice one
    5 replies | 181 view(s)
  • krela's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:20
    I really like number three, the outdoor corridor, makes a change!
    5 replies | 140 view(s)
  • mookster's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:18
    What better way to celebrate the day of my spiritual home's independence than wandering around a hospital that for the last decade of it's life was home to the United States Air Force? Or at least so I thought. We rocked up and everything along the fence line looked sealed tight, however after an hour of walking around the perimeter, through woods and undergrowth we found what will probably go down as the tightest squeeze I've ever had to get through to gain access to a site and we were in....
    5 replies | 140 view(s)
  • krela's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:14
    Yes it was used by Qinetiq to dispose of obsolete ordinance (mainly torpedoes), the loss of the crate was pretty controversial given no-one knows where they went and Weston Super Mare beach is just 2 miles downstream! During WW2 the site was used as a research base to develop ideas for new naval weapons, including a ship launched mini bouncing bomb which was tested at Brean Down Fort (you can still see the launching rail down there). Welcome to the site.
    5 replies | 160 view(s)
  • dauntless486's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:10
    Interesting place but that beach needs to be cleared up!
    5 replies | 160 view(s)
  • smiler's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:02
    It's all about the anvil. It is a bit good, Very Enjoyable, Thanks
    5 replies | 181 view(s)
  • MattFiler's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:01
    St Thomas Head is an abandoned MOD base in Kewstoke, Weston super Mare. The site was used mainly during the war to develop and test bombs, and the surrounding area was also used for practices by the RAF. St Thomas Head was used up until about 2009 when it closed and the site has been abandoned ever since. Security still check the area, but the fences have been broken down and they don't mind you going there to take photos if you're not causing any trouble. The site has two nissen huts...
    5 replies | 160 view(s)
  • dauntless486's Avatar
    Yesterday, 17:25
    Great find, keep it up!
    4 replies | 245 view(s)
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