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  • BikinGlynn's Avatar
    Today, 15:17
    Just a random place I stumbled upon, but turned out to be a rather nice mooch. No history known Im afraid but looks like a typical farmstead. There was obviously car repairs going on here as there is a lot of "newer mark" cars laying around. This Nissen hut was turned into a makeshift spray booth, of sorts.
    0 replies | 25 view(s)
  • Ha.zel's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:54
    Lovely find... so refreshing to see something that's totally untouched. Those cobwebs are insane!
    5 replies | 811 view(s)
  • odeon master's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:07
    looks rather in use to me that derelict
    3 replies | 857 view(s)
  • odeon master's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:58
    its a ruin now, i first came here in 1988, was a different place back then, 90% of the windows were intact, you had a front door to open and walk into, no graf, the lights not smashed, fixures and fittings still in place, no vandalism hardly. Each of the 6 barrack blocks had a name of a second world war battle on a black painted wood sign above each front door, 30 odd years of being stripped does this to a place
    1 replies | 606 view(s)
  • Hugh Jorgan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:19
    A nice history record. Once the homes have been built, go back and take the "now" photos for comparison.
    1 replies | 232 view(s)
  • saxonhorse's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:23
    Could make a great home conversion if allowed to add windows. The tunnel would be a temp controlled wine store, with glass doors facing into the lounge or kitchen area. I would love to find a place like this in the SW to convert in to a home.
    14 replies | 3000 view(s)
  • UrbandonedTeam's Avatar
    3rd Jul 20, 17:01
    Tetrosyl Headquarters This Victorian property was formerly Walmersley Dye Works before it was taken over by Tetrosyl in the 1960s. The company was founded within Bury and Rochdale, and the CEO shows passion to keep a part of the now international brand where it started. Tetrosyl is the biggest manufacturer and supplier of car care products in Europe and the UK's largest oil blender, reaching out to over 100 countries. 80 jobs were moved to Rochdale town centre around 2014, as the...
    1 replies | 232 view(s)
  • SpyderBob1066's Avatar
    3rd Jul 20, 14:03
    The place is unreal. 6 people went last week so I hear & all got caught without getting inside....so we are still the only ones to have gained access....twice on same trip too to different areas, but not enough of this huge place though.
    3 replies | 857 view(s)
  • B W T's Avatar
    2nd Jul 20, 20:17
    CCCP Flight School #03 Constructed by the Nazis, this former military area near Berlin is a ghost town today. Back then, this was a restricted zone, and soldiers made sure no civilian came near the place. And today? Still a restricted zone. But at least you will not get shot anymore if you try to enter the area. Planned by the Kaiser, greatly extended by the Nazis and mostly used by the Red Army this military area was home to soldiers from three different empires. When the last units moved...
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  • at1503's Avatar
    2nd Jul 20, 19:41
    That's really interesting to hear, I wouldn't have had a chance in even guessing the make/model so thanks for the insight! Currently you aren't able to receive PM's but you may try and message me if you wish :)
    2 replies | 657 view(s)
  • Phantom78's Avatar
    2nd Jul 20, 13:20
    I'm slightly embarrassed to know admit to knowing this, but the Combine Harvester is a 1960's Claas Matador "Standard" (I think). When I was growing up, the Local Farmer had a Matador "Gigante'" which was the "sports/ super duper/special edition" of it's day fitted with all the bells & whistles. :playful: Happy, carefree days. Do you mind if I ask whereabouts in Norfolk these are? I haven't seen one in years, PM me? (They've all survived this long, I'd hate to see them vandalised now).
    2 replies | 657 view(s)
  • HughieD's Avatar
    1st Jul 20, 22:47
    Top-notch report there mate.
    4 replies | 762 view(s)
  • HughieD's Avatar
    1st Jul 20, 22:46
    1. The History Not a vast amount of info on the net about this place Situated in the picturesque Cambridgeshire village of Elton the Water mill on the River Nene dates from pre-1800 but in the early 19th century it was extended and rebuilt, as indicated by the carving of 'AD 1840' on gable plaque. Used for grinding corn, the mill is 3 storeys high with an attic. Its iron and wooden waterwheel measured approximately 14 feet in diameter and 12 feet wide and remains place today with water...
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  • HughieD's Avatar
    1st Jul 20, 22:44
    1. The History Not a massive amount of history on this place. Located on Penistone Road, Sheffield, this old industrial building, and those in close proximity used to be home to North British Steel Works. Over the years they have been split up into a number of smaller units. One occupier in recent times has been Namsbury Engineering, a Steel fabricator and general engineer. Incorporated in 1966, creditors put the company into liquidation in May 2013 and the company dissolved six years later in...
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  • HughieD's Avatar
    1st Jul 20, 22:34
    1. The History Annesley Hall, near Annesley in Nottinghamshire, is a Grade II listed country house. The Hall dates from the mid-13th century and was the ancestral home of the Annesley family before passing to the Chaworth-Musters. Alice Chaworth, heiress to the Manor of Annesley, married George Chaworth. The Chaworth family then owned the house for the next 350 years. Mary Chaworth, who lived at the Hall in the late 1700s/early 1800's, was the boyhood lover of the poet Lord Byron, but she...
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  • NoseyGit's Avatar
    1st Jul 20, 18:11
    Wow, fascinating.
    4 replies | 762 view(s)
  • NoseyGit's Avatar
    1st Jul 20, 18:02
    As I said under your Flyboy pics, it is very sad.
    5 replies | 692 view(s)
  • NoseyGit's Avatar
    1st Jul 20, 17:55
    A lovely set of photos. Such a shame to see a sturdy, once-loved family home just being left to decay. I hope it can be sold on and rescued.
    5 replies | 811 view(s)
  • HughieD's Avatar
    30th Jun 20, 21:46
    Cheers at1503!
    2 replies | 1350 view(s)
  • Hippy Explorer's Avatar
    29th Jun 20, 21:08
    Awesome pics. This place is fairly close to a friend of mine so am hoping to be able to have a walk around, even if it's just round the grounds, soon ☺
    4 replies | 1646 view(s)
  • at1503's Avatar
    29th Jun 20, 20:44
    Looks like they just picked themselves up and left the day before, amazing.
    3 replies | 857 view(s)
  • at1503's Avatar
    29th Jun 20, 17:46
    Welcome to my first post! This wasn't so much an explore - more something I stumbled upon by chance as part of a walk I was doing. These vehicles are all on display very publicly as they sit on a public right of way. I was therefore surpised to see how they'd decayed naturally and had not been the subject of vandalism. The first car I saw was this Morris Minor 1000.
    2 replies | 657 view(s)
  • mookster's Avatar
    29th Jun 20, 10:38
    Really nice, but those cobwebs give me the shivers.
    5 replies | 811 view(s)
  • Mikeymutt's Avatar
    29th Jun 20, 08:22
    That's a beautiful find mate. So much nice stuff in there. Well done again
    5 replies | 811 view(s)
  • Hugh Jorgan's Avatar
    29th Jun 20, 05:31
    There's quite a lot of stuff there. If you're looking for dates of when it was abandoned look at newspapers, calendars and expirey dates on food stuffs. It will give you some clues. I noticed on one newspaper "Car of the year 1980", so that's a clue. I noticed in one bedroom a teenage girl might have occupied it and maybe a small boy. I wonder where they are and maybe wish sell the contents to an auction.
    5 replies | 811 view(s)
  • The_Derp_Lane's Avatar
    28th Jun 20, 22:00
    A trip down memory lane. Here's the last place i'll share for now, i've still got a few other explores i'll share on here in a few weeks. I'll try and get their write-ups detailed as possible like I did with this report here. I've spent a part of the lock-down typing up my good 2015 / 2016 exploring memories, trying to remember everything in as much detail as possible. I thought the days of finding random undocumented places like these out of the corner of my eye during an early morning...
    5 replies | 811 view(s)
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