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  1. A

    Looking for fellow explorers to collaborate with

    Hello guys please be nice lol I’ve been exploring since 2018 I’ve done some cool places but I’m looking for new people to explore with yes I am what you call a YouTube goon but I do love photography and documented old abandoned places of course I’d prefer if you also do filming and of course...
  2. C

    Question - Help please

    Hi guys I’m new to exploring and arnt sure how To find places could anyone give me tips or even places off they know? I’m from the Leeds/Harrogate area Thanks!
  3. J

    Lead or Rumour info - New to urbex.. Based in Hull..

    Hi all, I'm new to urbex and would love to know if there's anything in Hull I should check out?.. Done the Lord line.. Always up for meeting fellow explorers ... Peace out for now, Jay
  4. laraaaaaa

    Hello from Scotland - Glasgow/Edinburgh/Perth/Inverness

    Hellooo! ✨ I don't really know if i'm supposed to say something here, but I'm just going to introduce myself; my names Lara, I don't know if you can tell by the title but i move around a lot, and I stumbled across this place while looking for abandoned sites around Glasgow-Edinburgh-Perth...
  5. LashedLlama

    Report - Quarry Dean Firestone Mine, Merstham, Surrey - June 2020

    History: The Quarry Dean firestone mine in Merstham, Surrey, is just one of the many mines, stone quarries and underground workings that are scattered along the North Downs between East Kent and Surrey, and is also by far one of the oldest. This particular underground stone quarry dates back as...
  6. W

    Abandoned Locations - Peterborough, UK

    Hey all, I recently joined and was wondering if there are any locations you'd recommend in or around the Peterborough area :cool:?! Always been interested in exploring but haven't really taken the opportunity. Any tips or suggestions welcome of course!
  7. E

    Report - St Joseph’s Catholic college july 2019

    the exploreSt Joseph’s college is probably one of my favourite and I steer sting explores to date.i have visited this place a few times in the day and night.these pictures are from my first explore here in the day back in April 2019. So me and a couple of friends arrived here one weekday morning...
  8. cnhughes0

    Report - Overflow Abandoned Tunnel, May 2020

    Yesterday’s explore and one of the coolest ones to date, the overflow tunnel for the waterworks near the Brecon Mountain Railway. Due to not knowing what the tunnel is actually called and countless hours of researching tunnels and history of welsh tunnels on google, there is not much history...
  9. cnhughes0

    Report - Morlais Tunnel / Morlais Junction / The Miler - March 2020

    A recent adventure - The Morlais Tunnel, also commonly known as Morlais Junction or The Miler. I have walked The Miler previously, when I was around 16 years of age when myself and my friends used it as a shortcut when we were late home - although, it never seemed as eery back then. History...
  10. cnhughes0

    Report - The Davies family Abandoned Farm Houses - February 2020

    Stumbled across these abandoned terraced houses whilst out on a walk not so long ago. There's not much history to be found about the place but from what I have found out from history forums and speaking to an elderly gentlemen whilst walking back down the mountain, these houses belonged to the...
  11. molly wicks

    Report - Musbury House, East Devon - August 2017

    Travelled about 4 hours for this hidden gem and boy was it worth it unfortunately this house has been abandoned a long time and the weather had really taken a toll! However this family definitely left in a hurry as there was so much left behind but always remember my fellow explorers leave...
  12. LashedLlama

    Report - Camden Lock Underground Vaults (The Winding Chambers) - London, March 2020

    History: Constructed beneath the streets of Camden, and designed by railway engineer Robert Stephenson, this set of underground vaults under Camden Lock were used to house stationary winding engines to haul locomotives along the railway line above the vaults. The stationary winding engines...
  13. A

    Question - Places to explore close bye GOOLE

    Does anyone know of any good places to explore near bye to howden/goole fancy some urban exploration
  14. Mr Sam

    Report - Moss Head Mine - Coniston - Feb '20

    The pictures i had seen of the remnants of the aerial ropeway got me really interested in this on however i had no idea quite what a climb it was to the top. We had to chuckle as 2 people in full hiking gear with poles passed us in wellies and waders. I was pleased to be wearing my cheap as...
  15. Mr Sam

    Report - Guest Hospital - Dudley - November '15

    These pictures date from late 2015 and I would assume its all gone now as demolition machines were ready and waiting, seems we got here just in time. https://www.flickr.com/photos/mr_sam/albums/72157661698783882 The original buildings were constructed in 1849 by the Earl of Dudley to...
  16. LashedLlama

    Report - Brett Aggregates North Sea Terminal, Cliffe - March 2020

    History: Brett Aggregates was first established in 1909 by Robert Brett. Since it's opening 111 years ago, the company has gone on to operate 25 aggregates sites in the South-East, including Kent, Essex, Suffolk, Surrey, East Sussex, and parts of south and east London. It also operates two...
  17. Joshrowlands

    Report - Salford crescent police station, Salford, March 2020

    History: Designed by the architectural practice of Bradshaw, Gass & Hope this brick and Portland stone building was opened in 1957. Following amalgamation of forces within Greater Manchester in 1974 it continued to operate as the GMP Salford Division Headquarters until its closure in 2008...
  18. ExploringWithMel

    Report - Windlestone Hall!

    Last year I visited this place for the first time & this is was a prisoner of war camp during WW2! I absolutely love this place as I feel like it has so much history behind it! This place also became a special school for children & also a prime minister lived here too! So, to revisit here once...
  19. lauratheexplorer

    Question - Abandoned Theatres/Cinemas around Essex/London/Brighton?

    Hi all! So just getting into the whole urbex scene fairly recently and as a film fanatic would love to see some abandoned theatres/cinemas. Does anybody know of any in/around the London/Essex/Brighton area, as my group and I don't really have the time or facilities to travel too far. Thanks!!
  20. E

    Report - Lloyds Bank offices, Edinburgh - February 2020

    The explore This was a fun one for sure. After doing a bit of research on sites in Edinburgh I set off, this being the only one I could get into. I was surprised by the fact nobody had explored it before considering it was a pretty big one and had been lying empty for a while. It was an...
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