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Report - Pyestock, July 2010 (Picture heavy)

Discussion in 'Military Sites' started by Karibou, Aug 18, 2010.

  1. Karibou

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    Well, I wasn't really planning on posting this at first, but hey, I'm so glad I went there, and even if I didn't get to see the most impressive parts of the site (cell 3, computer building, cell 4 and battle) I got some new and unexpected shots. It was during the Farnborough air show, and the whole day was filled with the very loud turbine sounds of the planes above, first the parade planes and their colourful trails, then older WW2 planes (and that definitely gave my explore a post-apocalyptic (or rather only apocalyptic) dimension when they started to drop with the sound we all know, even if we were'nt born, as the "blitzkrieg" trademark.

    anyway, many pictures here are déjà vu, and too much vu aswell, but hey, I've been to Pyestock man!

    on with the pics, I'll try to keep it down on the usuall Pyestock photos...

    1. I first arrived at the water station, drenched because it had rained and the undergrowth was about my size, and because I'm shit at orientation, even with a compass and a detailed map of the site. But in the end I was quite happy with that station as it is obviously less explored and after all the years still gives you a feeling that there were people working there, (with shit humour too, but people still) :0)
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    3.office randomness...
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    4.plastic christmas tree are an urbex all time classic aren't they
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    5.you bet
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    10... What can I do, can't help being exited like a kid when I see these MoD files, even if they are about chemicals in a water station
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    11. Found a compilation of "funny prints" kept in a drawer...
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    12.... a glimpse of what "funny" could have been like in a particular point in space and time...
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    16. Urban explorer silliness
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    17.outside tank
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    18.Inside tank
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    20. Airshow goodness
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    21. Kicking myself I didn't have the telephoto with me, but who takes a telephoto on an explore
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    22. before
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    23.before
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    24.after
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    26.thinking about how we denounce destruction, but are happy to find it...
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    30.Me likes big pipes :]
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    thanks for looking, as always any comment is much appreciated, and you will find more on my FlickR if you want to
    cheers
     

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