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    It's Friday again, so here's Dereliction Addiction 64:

    It's the accompanying video to this report of Nuclear Bunker B

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qqToNhZW-xg

    This will be my last video of the year, but looking to share a lot more in the new year. Any feedback would be welcomed




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    Default Our Very first outing. St Peter's, County Durham


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XanVkx3_QV8

    Be kind, if we have done anything wrong remove and let us know. Very new to this


    Have attempted an embed, will post and see if it works, If not will edit it and put the link in xxx
    Last edited by krela; 19th Jan 15 at 08:09. Reason: attempted embed, failed lol

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    If anyone can give me procedure for embeding on this forum, I will gladly follow instruction. Be nice for the vid to show on the thread xx

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    Any photos or only video?
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    Samy I have moved your video to the urbex videos thread as location reports are for photos really.

    To embed the video literally just cut and paste the youtube url. You do not need to do anything else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krela View Post
    Samy I have moved your video to the urbex videos thread as location reports are for photos really.

    To embed the video literally just cut and paste the youtube url. You do not need to do anything else.
    OK thanks that wasnt working last night was just putting in the link, I have about 60 pics but its a bit of a mess on as I cant upload direct to here would have to host on a photo site all the pics are on the video xxxx

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    Default Old Mill Lane - 01/15


    In 1816, the foundations of a mill are laid here under the orders of a Mr Jonathan Akroyd. In 1818, the development is finished and it's life as an industrial mill begins with Akroyd, Garlick & Company.

    Ackroyd's mill is the first iron-framed, steam-powered mill in Britain and is one of the largest mills in it's district. Thanks to the stone floors on every level of the building it was said to be fire-proof and had enough structural integrity to support even the heaviest of industrial machinery throughout.

    The offices of the Woodside Penny Savings Bank were originally on the grounds of the mill, however, there is little to no remaining evidence of this.

    Owners and tenants of the works have included but are not limited to;

    [1836] Jeremiah Rawson
    [1870] William Henry Rawson
    [1861] William H. Rawson & Company
    [1890] Joseph Moxon Kirk & Sons
    [1905] Old Lane Dyeworks Company Limited
    [1905] Davis, Gordon & Company
    [1905] Allen North & Company

    The first recording of any damage to the property by fire is the 21st January 1905, not long before it's final tenants left and the mill was left to ruin.

    To be completely honest this is our first Urbex video (This doesn't mean it was our first Urbex) so ANY feedback/critique would be greatly appreciated as it's the only way we will ever improve. Old Mill Lane was a visit done to serve as a test to see how the video came out before we visit two of the properties (An asylum & a church) we have been to in the past as we want to make sure the footage for these is bang on (For those that are interested these will be uploaded in the coming weeks).

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GVJNuwtWugE

    I am currently at college so I will do my best to upload the images to Flickr tonight and link them here.

    - M & J
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    For it to embed you just want the youtube url, nothing at the end of it... (i.e. youtube.com?v=shgosdhgsdo) no & mark or anything after it. It also needs to be http instead of https at the beginning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krela View Post
    For it to embed you just want the youtube url, nothing at the end of it... (i.e. youtube.com?v=shgosdhgsdo) no & mark or anything after it. It also needs to be http instead of https at the beginning.
    Thanks for the guidance, and apologies for the misplacement of the thread, I assumed as I would be uploading images later that it would be fine in the Industrial thread but I will take note for the future!

    If you have any feedback (If you get a chance to watch it) we would appreciate it.

    - M & J

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urbexplore View Post
    Thanks for the guidance, and apologies for the misplacement of the thread, I assumed as I would be uploading images later that it would be fine in the Industrial thread but I will take note for the future!

    If you have any feedback (If you get a chance to watch it) we would appreciate it.

    - M & J
    If you're going to do it that way then hold off from posting until you've got the images and the videos to post and post it all as one, otherwise it will get moved like it has today.

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