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  • BikinGlynn's Avatar
    Today, 08:33
    Thanks guys, Im suprised I can only find one report on this, its quite a hidden gem really!
    3 replies | 513 view(s)
  • BikinGlynn's Avatar
    Today, 08:04
    Wow the morgue table is still in place ;-)
    1 replies | 185 view(s)
  • BikinGlynn's Avatar
    Today, 08:03
    Top work as always some great pics there
    1 replies | 167 view(s)
  • Silverlight's Avatar
    Today, 05:50
    The “spear” is called a pitot tube. (Pronounced ‘pee-tow) as you say, it measures air pressure and, combined with a static vent elsewhere on the airframe, gives indicated air speed.
    5 replies | 2856 view(s)
  • khurbanx's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:39
    tbh This place is no secrect if you live in the medway towns - its been all over google , kent online ect since the closed in 2016 - Anyways this place never really been on my "todo" list - But as i was out already with some friends they wanted to go and have a look as they never been . So thought why not. anyways pretty straight fowared .. Sadly the place has been stripped head to toe ready for the new flats. so looks the same - best thing out all it for me was the mourge . photos was...
    1 replies | 185 view(s)
  • B W T's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:46
    Duchy by Tobi_urbex #04 The starting point of our 2019 Poland road trip was this marshy landscape far away from any big city. It was our first morning in the country. After a long drive from Berlin, we pitched our tents in complete darkness and in the middle of nowhere. Just to wake up to this view. Duchy by Tobi_urbex #01 by Broken Window Theory, auf Flickr Two eerie wrecks of tanks. Dumped here a very long time ago. We called them ghosts because when we woke up, they were appearing...
    1 replies | 167 view(s)
  • Tbolt's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:38
    Tbolt replied to a thread Pool Pigeon Palace in Misc Sites
    I bloody hate pigeons abd upstairs was rank. Hope you had your wellies mate.
    2 replies | 199 view(s)
  • BikinGlynn's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:49
    BikinGlynn replied to a thread Pool Pigeon Palace in Misc Sites
    That was quick work ;-) nicely done! My mate dosent like pigeons much, he was hit in the face by at least 3 on our last stop lol
    2 replies | 199 view(s)
  • RedX_unleashed's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:38
    Gloriously grim, great stuff :)
    2 replies | 432 view(s)
  • Tbolt's Avatar
    Yesterday, 17:10
    Tbolt started a thread Pool Pigeon Palace in Misc Sites
    HISTORY In May 1864 Liverpool Adult Deaf and Dumb Benevolent Society was established. It was founded by George Healey, a Deaf man. He set up the Society initially to give Deaf people equal access to the Scriptures. They started with just one room in the School for the Deaf and Dumb in Oxford Street. They had no premises where they could meet until 1869 when they were able to rent a room in Pleasant Street. In 1874 the priest in charge of Liverpool gave permission for Sunday services...
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  • Richard Davies's Avatar
    17th Jan 20, 22:47
    I certainly remember being able to have fun there, when I trip to a theme park was a rare treat for me.
    7 replies | 901 view(s)
  • The Wombat's Avatar
    17th Jan 20, 20:50
    nice report, like the nature reclaim
    3 replies | 513 view(s)
  • The Wombat's Avatar
    17th Jan 20, 20:48
    Nice work guys :) And good to see you back on the forum
    4 replies | 578 view(s)
  • The Wombat's Avatar
    17th Jan 20, 20:45
    Excellent, as always. Like the staircase shots I think I visited the park too, but was probably more than a couple of decades ago :O
    7 replies | 901 view(s)
  • The Wombat's Avatar
    17th Jan 20, 20:42
    that main auditorium looks pretty decent Nice sharp photos, thanks for sharing
    1 replies | 333 view(s)
  • wolfism's Avatar
    17th Jan 20, 18:59
    Real shame so much has been stripped and demo'd - ECVB was one of the explores of the decade, IMHO. The museum part was totally fascinating. Nice shots though, the winter sunlight animates it.
    5 replies | 497 view(s)
  • UrbandonedTeam's Avatar
    17th Jan 20, 18:00
    After trying to see this historic structure since one of first urban exploration trips four years back, finally in Summer we managed the catch the slim gap the property was open for. Preston Odeon
    1 replies | 333 view(s)
  • Hugh Jorgan's Avatar
    17th Jan 20, 08:08
    Hugh Jorgan replied to a thread ROC, Essex Jan '20 in ROC Posts
    Not too bad condition that one. I've seen worse.
    2 replies | 411 view(s)
  • Hugh Jorgan's Avatar
    17th Jan 20, 07:52
    Image 4621 could that be the position of an underground power cable. Maybe someone will tell me different. That house is in a terrible state. If there is a rebuild of the house then a copy of the architects plans would be needed.
    2 replies | 432 view(s)
  • HughieD's Avatar
    16th Jan 20, 23:29
    Really like the way nature is claim that place back. Great report mate...
    3 replies | 513 view(s)
  • HughieD's Avatar
    16th Jan 20, 23:27
    1. The History Located on the borders of Marcinelle and Couillet, near Charleroi, "Le Pêchon" was the name given to Mine No.25 of coal mining company of Marcinelle Nord. It was opened in 1910 and then, 20 years later, absorbed by Monceau-Fontaine, the largest mining company in the Charleroi basin. Many of the mine’s galleries were swampy (hence the name) and infamous for their dangerous nature, especially for the firedamp they concealed. The mine went to a depth of 1,115 meters, passing under...
    0 replies | 243 view(s)
  • HughieD's Avatar
    16th Jan 20, 23:25
    1. The History The site, known as Storr’s Bridge Works, was last occupied by Hepworth Refractories, a former brick factory located, in the Loxley valley, north-east of Sheffield. It also home to Carblox in the 70s, part of the Marshalls group, who made carbon blocks of different sizes for steel furnaces. The site has been an area for industry since the 17th century. Initially home to Loxley Steel works, the Green Wheel Steel works and two rolling mills – the Green Wheel and Olive rolling...
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  • HughieD's Avatar
    16th Jan 20, 23:23
    1. The History Claremont House is a large, stone built former dwelling and outbuildings, standing in grounds of approximately 1.4 hectares of land. The building was last used as a social club for employees of the nearby Hepworths Refractories, but since has been vacant for many years. Originally built in 1895, the Victorian mansion is now at the point of no return. The roof and most of the internal walls have now gone leaving a shell remaining. It was built by James Swift, owner of the famous...
    2 replies | 432 view(s)
  • HughieD's Avatar
    16th Jan 20, 23:18
    Cheers man, much appreciated!
    5 replies | 497 view(s)
  • King Al's Avatar
    16th Jan 20, 22:29
    Great report Hughie, the brick & iron work is so photogenic
    5 replies | 497 view(s)
  • BikinGlynn's Avatar
    16th Jan 20, 08:41
    BikinGlynn replied to a thread ROC, Essex Jan '20 in ROC Posts
    Yeah not a bad one that! think iv done 7 or 8 now but never found one with the lookout tower which is pretty cool
    2 replies | 411 view(s)
  • lawrence89's Avatar
    15th Jan 20, 16:38
    I've been looking to check out one of these places for awhile now and you can imagine how excited I was to find out there was an open one almost just up the road! This was a very cool experience and a nice bonus it was in decent condition as well. My website: https://www.lpphotography.info/ 21 by Lawrence P, on Flickr 24 by Lawrence P, on Flickr 25 by Lawrence P, on Flickr
    2 replies | 411 view(s)
  • alex76's Avatar
    15th Jan 20, 10:23
    Cheers buddy yeah it been a while so took a time setting the camera was going to do some wire wool spining at the mouth of the river but we forgot that too lol
    4 replies | 578 view(s)
  • BikinGlynn's Avatar
    15th Jan 20, 07:30
    Not much left of this place but its rather charming & photogenic. In 1789 Tydd St. Giles was one of the sixty-eight parishes in the diocese without a school. Dr. Jobson, reporting on the state of the schools in Wisbech hundred in 1814, stated that there were about 50 children of school age in the parish, including many Dissenters. By this date a school had been established in the workhouse, where 30 to 35 children learned their catechism under a master who was allowed £12 a year by the...
    3 replies | 513 view(s)
  • BikinGlynn's Avatar
    15th Jan 20, 07:28
    Gorgeous looking place nicely photograped!
    1 replies | 739 view(s)
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