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  • Dirus_Strictus's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:53
    An old original estate workers cottage - The rope bed indicates that this place may have been lived in by one of the 100's of ex WW1 soldiers who roamed about these parts and the New Forest after WW1. The items on the table are certainly from that period.
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  • urbexdevil's Avatar
    26th May 20, 20:44
    Oh wow it does look the same, but then so do most ladders haha! Mad to see the metal box thing wedged above it still there.
    5 replies | 741 view(s)
  • BikinGlynn's Avatar
    26th May 20, 20:09
    Another cracker, well done
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  • BikinGlynn's Avatar
    26th May 20, 20:08
    Yes yes I know I shouldnt be out exploring but as as seasoned explorer & NEBOSH trained H & S guy I risk assessed this & thought yeah Im more likely to get injured in my half renovated house at home. So as some of u will know I like birds & wildlife photography & I did a highly recommended falconry day at Holdenby Hall some years ago & vaguely remember this place. but then completely forgot about it! Another long distance isolation walk led me right by this so would of been rude not to. ...
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  • TeeJF's Avatar
    26th May 20, 13:32
    I can't remember too much about it - it's an age thing dontcha know! But here's link to the report I did on it at the time and within which there are a few underground photos. I can't say it's the same ladder - in fact I seriously doubt it given the length of time since we went there. It's a great little site. Grain Fort and Grain Battery.
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  • B W T's Avatar
    25th May 20, 18:47
    Maison 3 Suisses #01 Late For Dinner After time had been standing still here for 30 years, we were the first who enter this forgotten house in a while. This narrow building located in rural Belgium was home to a former banker who vanished into the night. As it seems, he was doing some shady business. He needed to run and left behind everything. Since then, the abandoned house is preserved as a time capsule from a different era. Join us on today's exploration while we search for clues to find...
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  • urbexdevil's Avatar
    25th May 20, 17:18
    We looked for it but didn't really have any idea where we needed to look, I have since figured out where the entrances are though so it's just a case of getting back there. That ladder been there long then? So many random bits of rope and cable ties holding it to the chain
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  • TeeJF's Avatar
    25th May 20, 17:04
    Did you do the underground stuff on shore very close by? It's ages since I did this place but we got down part of the tunnels. The battery itself hasn't changed much has it! Surprised to see a ladder is still on the wall though.
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  • urbexdevil's Avatar
    25th May 20, 15:01
    While in the area at another location, it made sense to check out Benenden Hospital out before embarking on the long journey home. Another site that had been high on the list for quite some time. Although the site still stands, it has long been stripped out and notices around the perimeter fencing suggest it was due for demolition pending planning permission back in late 2019 which was later denied and subsequently still stands. Unfortunately most buildings were locked shut, and with the...
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  • urbexdevil's Avatar
    25th May 20, 14:58
    I had an urge to get something I havenít done ticked off the list and this time was an abandoned train. Through all the years of exploring, this is the first train explore for me. Exploring again with CapturePhotography and setting off at a reasonable mid morning time with a pleasant 24c heat behind us, we made our way to Kent in search of the trains. For the first time in years we bumped into a few other explorers too which made for a nice change and a convenient hint on access. The...
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  • ocelot397's Avatar
    25th May 20, 13:00
    This the press (I think).
    4 replies | 883 view(s)
  • Hugh Jorgan's Avatar
    23rd May 20, 07:40
    Nicely done. When I first moved to Aberdeen in the late 1970s that's where I spent most of my days at the pool. It's just how I remembered it. Pity about the grafitti though.
    1 replies | 533 view(s)
  • UrbandonedTeam's Avatar
    22nd May 20, 18:10
    Bon Accord Baths Bon Accord Baths was constructed to provide a centrally located public baths in Aberdeen, as previously the public bathed at baths overlooking Aberdeen beach. Although the foundation stone was laid in 1936 the building was not completed until August 1940 and cost £37,000. The swimming pool is 120 feet long x 42 feet wide with the water varying in depth from 3 to 15 feet. Flanking the pool is raked seating for 1000 spectators to view the many galas that were held at...
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  • NoseyGit's Avatar
    22nd May 20, 17:40
    A cracking set of photos.
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  • zombizza's Avatar
    22nd May 20, 12:02
    Very nice shots,and makes me realise how much I didn't see. Was it hard moving around? When I went there a few years ago, it was a nightmare with everything boarded up well, and they even nailed up the doors inside, between rooms.
    13 replies | 2128 view(s)
  • BikinGlynn's Avatar
    22nd May 20, 11:52
    It was a week ago I edited pic but this is me just getting round to posting as life is a little crazy at the mo! We stopped in here an a whistle stop tour early this year without any idea what it actually was. After negotiating the Krypton factor style access we were inside ... & still didnt have a clue what it was. So what do u do? ask someone who will know & a quick message to @urbanchemist & all was revealed.
    0 replies | 468 view(s)
  • Jazzy_Jefferson's Avatar
    21st May 20, 12:11
    From what I understand, the "process" of closing it and turning it into the logistics hub has taken far longer than anticipated, as a result, there has been the odd event here and there. Drifting takes place outside the venue in an old car park section I believe, They've been told a few times to expect an eviction but it hasn't happened yet.
    14 replies | 1204 view(s)
  • BikinGlynn's Avatar
    21st May 20, 09:17
    Yes I believe it did, & they still do drifting there now
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  • Pinder270's Avatar
    21st May 20, 02:43
    Supposedly there was 2 more events held last year for bikers. Was kept pretty quiet and no records of it other than 2 dates so not sure if it even happened! 26th August and 21st September, tickets were on sale also.
    14 replies | 1204 view(s)
  • Goldenbeard's Avatar
    20th May 20, 21:06
    I went watched the Indycar race they held here, trouble was it kept spitting so they had to keep putting out yellows so they could dry the track. It was a bit of a let down, shame. Didn't realise it had closed
    14 replies | 1204 view(s)
  • Goldenbeard's Avatar
    20th May 20, 21:00
    I have about this place aswell, I've walked around bow down common bomb store a lot but this intrigued me, it's called limberlost bomb store after the farm next to it. Built at the end of ww2 but not used. https://www.heritagegateway.org.uk/Gateway/Results_Single.aspx?uid=MWB16502&resourceID=1030
    8 replies | 2073 view(s)
  • Fluffy's Avatar
    19th May 20, 20:57
    Fluffy replied to a thread HMS Ganges..Suffolk in Military Sites
    Wow. Just wow. Never seen anything like that; that's absolutely stunning. That's how exploring is done. I aspire to you, Mikey. Hats off.
    13 replies | 2128 view(s)
  • smiler's Avatar
    19th May 20, 17:24
    smiler replied to a thread HMS Ganges..Suffolk in Military Sites
    All that plus a Belfast, Nice One Mikey
    13 replies | 2128 view(s)
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