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  • elhomer12's Avatar
    Today, 14:13
    Wasn't trying to dictate, just a suggestion from me & punk but hey, if you don't want it then I'm not that bothered. It's one of my favourite local sites but I have been all over it more than enough times anyway. On further googling it is a little more public than I first thought too :eek: The bit that is usually locked is the gate with the pipes inside... last time I looked it was locked with a rather hefty lock & chain so someone must've cut it off fairly recently.
    22 replies | 1074 view(s)
  • Dirus_Strictus's Avatar
    Today, 13:57
    "There is the remains of what I assume was the house attached to the large barn." A very nice set of images of what was a very large dairy farm in its productive days. As well as milk production they obviously produced a lot of cheese - Photo 11 shows the wall brackets and other fixings that supported the shelves that held the maturing/ripening cheese blocks or rounds. Your sequence of images (deliberate or not) tell the story of the whole process and that, with the excellent images makes...
    4 replies | 213 view(s)
  • prettyvacant71's Avatar
    Today, 13:31
    Love the low angle pool shot and balcony shadows:adoration:
    11 replies | 694 view(s)
  • prettyvacant71's Avatar
    Today, 13:21
    Wow you managed to capture the whole Marmite family a rare shot that:mrgreen: Loved it!
    11 replies | 729 view(s)
  • prettyvacant71's Avatar
    Today, 13:16
    Some lovely features still intact,great ceilings for small property, very nicely done Grom:adoration:
    3 replies | 195 view(s)
  • prettyvacant71's Avatar
    Today, 13:09
    Some nice stairs and tiles, like the car too, handy little find:sneakiness:
    4 replies | 213 view(s)
  • HughieD's Avatar
    Today, 07:23
    Great use of the wide-angle there. Reminds me a bit of a Luxembourg version of Hampole Manor....
    4 replies | 213 view(s)
  • HughieD's Avatar
    Today, 07:16
    Great find and a lovely range of internals and externals.
    5 replies | 364 view(s)
  • Brewtal's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:44
    Nice! Glad you took the punt on this one, well worth the mission. Not the same as the others but I like places like this, makes the imagination run wild. Great find mate, lovely pics as always.
    4 replies | 213 view(s)
  • Gromr123's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:55
    Found this place while trying to hunt down the location of Maison Kirsch. Luxembourg is a pretty tiny country so travelling north to check out this place was worth the trip. History Haven't got any history other than the fact that it was an old farmhouse with a large barn area that's been derelict for 20+ years. There are paddock areas for various farm animals as well as a field area around it. The Explore
    4 replies | 213 view(s)
  • The Wombat's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:25
    Awesome shots mikey. Nicely covered
    22 replies | 1074 view(s)
  • Mikeymutt's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:55
    Thank you.to be honest there was no story.i would not have anyone dictate to me anyway.expecially on a well documented site..if the hatch you are on about being padlocked it was when we went.you need to look a bit harder.anyway I am off to enjoy my lovely warm long weekend in Scotland,have a great bank holiday weekend everyone.and thanks for the feedback
    22 replies | 1074 view(s)
  • krela's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:07
    I've only just noticed KM Punks post too. If anyone has any issues with something someone posts take it up directly with them in private and explain your point of view reasonably. Telling people what to do or what should or shouldn't be rarely works and generates needless friction. If they don't do what you want deal with it. Public urbex policing is lame and not welcome here, and the existence of the new NP section is not an invitation to people to start trying to say what should and...
    22 replies | 1074 view(s)
  • Carlandsally's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:07
    Just got back from there beautiful place but unfortunately the hatch is padlocked now
    22 replies | 1074 view(s)
  • smiler's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:01
    I enjoyed that Grom, Thanks
    3 replies | 195 view(s)
  • Gromr123's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:45
    Wonderful stuff Mikey! Those long tunnel shots are gorgeous.
    22 replies | 1074 view(s)
  • krela's Avatar
    Yesterday, 15:48
    elhomer12, urbex police aren't welcome here so drop it please.
    22 replies | 1074 view(s)
  • Dirus_Strictus's Avatar
    Yesterday, 15:45
    That would have been a very well appointed and grand house when it was first built. Sadly the out of character later modifications did nothing to improve the situation. Very nice set of images of this place, a lesser building than the usual 'mansions' of the large scale continental landowners. These places; owned originally by owners of much smaller land holdings, are usually full of wonderful architectural detailing - done to make these properties stand out alongside their bigger, but not...
    3 replies | 195 view(s)
  • Gromr123's Avatar
    Yesterday, 14:48
    This fairly non-discript farmhouse hidden away in a village is rammed full of old belongings. History Owned by the Muller Family, consisting of a widow and 3 children, this house was left empty when mother died and the children moved out. Its probably been empty only 10-15 years, but the house has suffered badly with the roof falling in on one of the floors.
    3 replies | 195 view(s)
  • BikinGlynn's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:12
    Well said Krela, mostly this weekend I will be spending 2 days trying to kill myself on the mountain bike then a day of solo urbex & Im over 40 :mrgreen: Yeah accidents happen, but if u look at the statistics, how many of us will be out this weekend exploring? & I bet most of us make it home again!
    12 replies | 964 view(s)
  • HughieD's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:03
    Really enjoyed that collection. Some excellent decay there, beautifully captured.
    5 replies | 470 view(s)
  • Mikeymutt's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:00
    Well if I had done a Google search for it and found not one pic and it was something I had just discovered then np it would have been or no pics at all.but considering you can do a search and pic after pic comes up.of the sesevoir and the shaft.then I think it's beyond hiding now.there are quite a lot of resevoir around the country and to be fair most people know them.
    22 replies | 1074 view(s)
  • elhomer12's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:23
    Yes people have been going down there for years, but the fact that is has remained open for so long is down (in part at least) to people not being too careless. There's been a couple of incidents down there with idiots, but thankfully that didn't get it sealed up. It's a nice little site to show people, or to check out if you're passing like yourselves, so it'd be a shame for it to all be sealed up now thanks to people being careless because 'its been posted all over the place already'.
    22 replies | 1074 view(s)
  • Blazinhawkz's Avatar
    25th May 17, 22:42
    My god just wow this is certainly built to last,fantastic as always Mikey
    22 replies | 1074 view(s)
  • Blazinhawkz's Avatar
    25th May 17, 22:40
    Thanks smiler think its time I started posting my earlier exploits,glad you enjoyed them MockingBird always a pleasure to help folk out. Ahh the first week we had real frosty conditions however the light was perfect Prettyvacant I actually think it takes me longer to name than to edit at times :smile:
    5 replies | 470 view(s)
  • Mikeymutt's Avatar
    25th May 17, 22:34
    Thank you for all the nice comments..no problem getting that hatch up.took two to get it started..none public.really this place has been posted all over the net for years.and km punk you posted the exact same things as I have :)
    22 replies | 1074 view(s)
  • lawrence89's Avatar
    25th May 17, 21:41
    I'm sure it will outlive us all!
    11 replies | 729 view(s)
  • KM Punk's Avatar
    25th May 17, 21:38
    Nice set of snaps Lovely place to visit Sorry to be a dick, but this should be in non public. Technically, it's still operational, therefore Severn Trent will be pissed to find it here.
    22 replies | 1074 view(s)
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