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  • skankypants's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:50
    Great stuff Rubex
    13 replies | 705 view(s)
  • KPUrbex's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:21
    KPUrbex replied to a thread Hope farm.. in Rural Sites
    Very nice. Personally don't find farms too interesting but this is definitely good. Sad the house is inaccessible.
    6 replies | 452 view(s)
  • smiler's Avatar
    Yesterday, 17:07
    smiler replied to a thread Hope farm.. in Rural Sites
    The conveyors saved a shit load of work, instead of humping a ton of feed up the stone staircase you just put em on the conveyors and got the job done in a quarter of the time and a fraction of the lifting, genius idea and me back is grateful for it. Nice One Mikey, Loved it, Thanks
    6 replies | 452 view(s)
  • Mikeymutt's Avatar
    Yesterday, 15:40
    Mikeymutt replied to a thread Hope farm.. in Rural Sites
    Thank you..I have no idea of what the conveyor was used for.it was going into the top of the shed/barn.and lots of straw up there.so my guess is that it was used to transport bails up there for storage in the dry.or to feed the livestock maybe if kept underneath which looked like it had signs of use for them
    6 replies | 452 view(s)
  • Mikeymutt's Avatar
    Yesterday, 15:37
    Mikeymutt replied to a thread Hope farm.. in Rural Sites
    Thank you mate.if I go again I will take an old cap and put it on just to ease your OCD ha ha
    6 replies | 452 view(s)
  • Dirus_Strictus's Avatar
    Yesterday, 15:01
    Dirus_Strictus replied to a thread Peaks Place in Rural Sites
    No, B&W is perfect. Only bit that could have been improved, is if you had moved the camera's viewpoint ever so slightly and caused the right hand Lion on the Post to move away from the stonework of the four circle overlapping cutout. Only needs to be a fraction, because you do not want to loose the tree being nicely framed in the upper cutout. I am not one for 'Arty' photographs of derelict subjects, but images that are nicely composed are another matter and always seem to add to the subject...
    7 replies | 538 view(s)
  • UrbandonedTeam's Avatar
    Yesterday, 14:46
    UrbandonedTeam replied to a thread Hope farm.. in Rural Sites
    Nice one man, probably has some nice features inside, I like the land rovers a lot and that conveyor belt (?) thing coming out of the window :)
    6 replies | 452 view(s)
  • Tigershark's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:54
    Tigershark replied to a thread Hope farm.. in Rural Sites
    nice pics and location, the lack of oil filler cap on that series 3 is really messing with my OCD though:uncomfortableness:
    6 replies | 452 view(s)
  • Ridetofind's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:49
    Locked up tight now
    16 replies | 1245 view(s)
  • HughieD's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:34
    HughieD replied to a thread Peaks Place in Rural Sites
    Lovely place and a great set. On my radar so hope I can get over there before it gets trashed...
    7 replies | 538 view(s)
  • Mikeymutt's Avatar
    18th Jun 18, 21:36
    Mikeymutt started a thread Hope farm.. in Rural Sites
    I found this place after spotting a few pics on a landscape Feb page.after quickly locating I put it on the map.fast forward a few months later me and man gone wrong were near so we decided to take the nice stroll down to it.it was a beautiful scenic setting.shame it was just one of them horrible misty mornings.not even the nice rolling mist.just pure grey.anyway there ain't too much to say about this place it's basically an old farm that's been abandoned quite a long time.speaking to a walker...
    6 replies | 452 view(s)
  • BikinGlynn's Avatar
    18th Jun 18, 15:17
    BikinGlynn replied to a thread Peaks Place in Rural Sites
    Thanks all, I like No 9, this was took through a moulding on roof parapet wall, maybe I should of took this in colour though?
    7 replies | 538 view(s)
  • Hugh Jorgan's Avatar
    18th Jun 18, 15:13
    Hugh Jorgan replied to a thread Peaks Place in Rural Sites
    I hope the building is saved, looks like there is potential there. You took some nice shots such as looking through the window.
    7 replies | 538 view(s)
  • mockingbird's Avatar
    18th Jun 18, 14:46
    mockingbird replied to a thread Peaks Place in Rural Sites
    I like the door handle shot most, like Mikey said nice to see different photographs of it :)
    7 replies | 538 view(s)
  • mockingbird's Avatar
    18th Jun 18, 14:43
    You'd have no idea how remote, was like a jungle, but yes everything perfectly untouched, thank you for your comment :)
    4 replies | 589 view(s)
  • Ferox's Avatar
    18th Jun 18, 11:13
    Very nice Rubex, what a cracker :)
    13 replies | 705 view(s)
  • Ferox's Avatar
    18th Jun 18, 11:11
    Ferox replied to a thread Dobroyd Mill in Industrial Sites
    Nice report mate :) Will have to have a look myself at some time.
    4 replies | 471 view(s)
  • Ferox's Avatar
    18th Jun 18, 11:07
    Thank You Hughie and Smiler :)
    3 replies | 399 view(s)
  • chris1978's Avatar
    18th Jun 18, 10:10
    I remember them building the road through this place as I use the A46 a lot. I’m sure there were derelict married quarters houses near where the old road used to run as well. Thanks for pics as good to see inside this place as I’ve often wondered about it.
    1 replies | 449 view(s)
  • BikinGlynn's Avatar
    18th Jun 18, 09:15
    BikinGlynn replied to a thread Peaks Place in Rural Sites
    Yes my thoughts exactally, not sure how long its been empty but its surviving pretty well at the moment
    7 replies | 538 view(s)
  • Mikeymutt's Avatar
    18th Jun 18, 09:09
    Mikeymutt replied to a thread Peaks Place in Rural Sites
    Very nice.funnily enough we were heading here the weekend but my mate had to back out.i ended up in Essex on a solo day.nice to see some different pics from it.i reckon this place will get busy soon.hope it does not get trashed
    7 replies | 538 view(s)
  • Mikeymutt's Avatar
    18th Jun 18, 09:07
    Thank you ds.that was quite an ifomative reply.i suppose they could not keep the explosive bits down below maybe for safety reasons.it was quite interesting just below one of the lifts.the tunnel leading to it was very black in sulphur.i guess from the firing of the rounds.i would think you would not like to be in them tunnels too much when the guns are letting loose
    8 replies | 429 view(s)
  • Mikeymutt's Avatar
    18th Jun 18, 09:04
    Thank you fluffy.it did not seem too over grown.but it was still late winter/early spring.but deffo not lot changed from other pics
    8 replies | 429 view(s)
  • Mikeymutt's Avatar
    18th Jun 18, 09:02
    Thank you rubex.deffo worth a look if near
    8 replies | 429 view(s)
  • Mikeymutt's Avatar
    18th Jun 18, 09:02
    Thank you smiler.very kind of you
    8 replies | 429 view(s)
  • BikinGlynn's Avatar
    18th Jun 18, 07:06
    BikinGlynn started a thread Peaks Place in Rural Sites
    Apologies for the poor name as Im sure many of you will know where this is anyway, I just thought it is really too nice to get trashed. So I was up in the peaks celebrating my parents Golden wedding & thought no one would miss me for a few early morning hours so I trundled off for an explore. This house sits back from a lake in a beautiful setting & is a mile & a half walk which is another reason for its relatively good condition (dont even think the metal thieves have found it) there is...
    7 replies | 538 view(s)
  • Hugh Jorgan's Avatar
    18th Jun 18, 00:02
    If you want to accelerate the rate of dereliction in a building just make holes in the walls, spray nonsensical graffiti on the walls and smash the windows - this place has it all. What a mess.
    4 replies | 466 view(s)
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