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  • Muddy Wader's Avatar
    Today, 11:35
    Great Post! Only a handful of miles from my home, yet I've never seen nor heard anything of this place. My friend who hikes over kinder quite often had never heard of it either. Introduced another newbie to this site.
    4 replies | 994 view(s)
  • Muddy Wader's Avatar
    Today, 11:30
    Hi Hughie. Brand new member with some great locations. I live only a handful of miles from Buxton and remember going to an illegal rave in one of these buildings. It looked a lot different that night, oh so many years ago (mid-90's), with the laser light shows and the smoke machines. Great pics and concise info. Roll on summer. Stay safe. Muddy.
    1 replies | 838 view(s)
  • mb58707's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:27
    mb58707 replied to a thread Grange Farm - Oct 20 in Rural Sites
    Im also a photographer and been there myself, love your take on it. great pics
    1 replies | 243 view(s)
  • BikinGlynn's Avatar
    Yesterday, 15:13
    No history on this Im afraid, its just another derp farm the likes of which we have many around Northants, Strangely Iv known about this for years but never bothered having a look, probably because these are most often the same but I was pleasantly surprised by this one. Nothing here really & the place is a structural wreck but has an unusual beauty to it. Its a shame really it has a prominent position overlooking Pitsford Res & would of once been a desirable property.
    1 replies | 243 view(s)
  • sukisunbeam's Avatar
    29th Nov 20, 16:18
    I see this building nearly every day, never went in it when it was open so it is really interesting to actually see inside. I heard there was significance in the Disney stained glass windows. Such a beautiful building, shame it has just been left to rot like that
    3 replies | 1778 view(s)
  • King Al's Avatar
    28th Nov 20, 18:40
    Great report Hughie! A classic 'Don't make 'um like that anymore' place :)
    4 replies | 994 view(s)
  • HughieD's Avatar
    28th Nov 20, 18:31
    Thank you kind sir! It is rather nice innit?
    4 replies | 994 view(s)
  • BikinGlynn's Avatar
    27th Nov 20, 13:19
    Thats really cool, thought the whole place had come down tbh
    1 replies | 713 view(s)
  • Tbolt's Avatar
    26th Nov 20, 20:42
    I rather like this sir, nice one
    4 replies | 994 view(s)
  • AdTreads's Avatar
    24th Nov 20, 09:05
    We went to look a this the weekend! Were met by sounds of people talking, 2 workmen putting up trespassing signs. Dont know if any fences or cameras going up, trying again this weekend.
    1 replies | 2428 view(s)
  • Fluffy's Avatar
    23rd Nov 20, 13:38
    Introduction; Yes I’m a bit late to the party, again. Story of my life, eh. But we were in the area anyway and I couldn’t just drive past those famous gates without popping my head in and having a look, could I!? Even today, this place is quite majestic. It certainly made the hairs on the back of my neck stand up when I stopped and thought about the history here; the YEARS (Over 300!) of industry, and the sadness of how it all came to an end.
    1 replies | 713 view(s)
  • mattwey21's Avatar
    21st Nov 20, 15:15
    If you view the source of the page you can see the links. Not sure if this will work or not.... IMG_3008 by ShibbyJay, on Flickr IMG_3011 by ShibbyJay, on Flickr IMG_3011 by ShibbyJay, on Flickr IMG_3015 by ShibbyJay, on Flickr
    3 replies | 1761 view(s)
  • HughieD's Avatar
    21st Nov 20, 00:27
    Great pix. Wouldn't get in today...
    1 replies | 753 view(s)
  • UrbandonedTeam's Avatar
    20th Nov 20, 23:31
    Grand Theatre The Doncaster Grand was constructed in 1899 and originally stood on a prominent site in a shopping street facing the main railway station. However, town centre improvements robbed it of any sensible context and it is no longer in a street, but attached rather indirectly to the Frenchgate shopping centre. It still faces the station, however is separated from it by a busy inner ring road which comes so close that it has actually snipped off a lower corner of the stage house....
    1 replies | 753 view(s)
  • jhluxton's Avatar
    20th Nov 20, 21:44
    When I was in Tintern on September I they have tried to tidy it up a bit by painting a mural on the hoarding facing teh main road entitled "The Marian Way" It is the first phase of a Words and Landscape project and development of a Pilgrimage route, proposed for 2021 by Friends of Our Lady of Tintern. The circular path, which will begin at this point, will be mapped onto parts of a mediaeval Pilgrimage route to and from Tintern Abbey, taking modern day walkers along the arduous Stony Way...
    4 replies | 2466 view(s)
  • jhluxton's Avatar
    20th Nov 20, 20:50
    Here are the two photos I took of the interior back in 2003: L1050647 - Ayr Station Hotel by John Luxton, on Flickr L1050722 - Ayr Station Hotel by John Luxton, on Flickr
    3 replies | 1161 view(s)
  • stu8fish's Avatar
    20th Nov 20, 19:25
    That Chapel looks sweet. Darkness awaits it.
    5 replies | 920 view(s)
  • jhluxton's Avatar
    20th Nov 20, 16:57
    Fascinating! My father and I actually stayed there for a couple of nights when we took a trip on PS Waverley and then went over to Aran with the car. Good to see that lift again. It had manual doors and there was a constant loop recorded message playing inside the lift reminding users to close the doors on exit - because if you didn't it would remain on the floor you alighted in and prevent others from using it. Obviously funds must have been tight back then otherwise the lift would have been...
    3 replies | 1161 view(s)
  • Hugh Jorgan's Avatar
    19th Nov 20, 10:31
    Interesting and different. That's a shame it couldn't be viable. It looked promising.
    3 replies | 782 view(s)
  • callumcrom00's Avatar
    19th Nov 20, 10:06
    Looks cool that one
    3 replies | 782 view(s)
  • HughieD's Avatar
    19th Nov 20, 07:56
    Bit different this place innit? Decent set there mate. Looks like you got your urbex Xmas pic sorted for this year too...
    3 replies | 782 view(s)
  • BikinGlynn's Avatar
    19th Nov 20, 07:34
    Admit it I had you there with the title didnt I. Alas this isnt really a lovely victorian station but rather a minature railway at a defunct garden centre. ‘All-In-One’ was a family run business, in Allostock, closed its doors to the public on Sunday, July 31 after it became financially ‘unviable’ due to a drop in footfall. The Staffords took over the business five years ago from Hills Garden Centre, and spent about £150,000 to modernise it. Despite that, and improving the...
    3 replies | 782 view(s)
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