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  1. T_Explorer

    Report - Methodist Central Hall/Que Club in Birmingham (1/5/2024 - 2/5/2024)

    Hello, Everybody... I have recently explored the Methodist Central Hall/Que Club, and I was able to take pictures and shoot footage the next day. The Brief History Methodist Central Hall in Birmingham was built 1903–1904. Seating in the main hall for 2,000 worshippers, and more than 30 other...
  2. tobytron

    Report - Methodist church central hall - Birmingham - March/24

    This place has been featured on this site multiple times before but the latest report I can find on it was in 2018. I thought I would give it a write up despite my sub-par camera as an update as the building has undergone some changes in the last 6 years. History (Shameless wikipedia copy...
  3. GRONK

    Report - Tottington Road Primitive Methodist Church, Bolton - May 2018

    May 2018 The Visit Went to this place with @coolboyslim and a non-member. We decided to check it out fairly late in the day and ended up exploring the building for about thirty minutes. When we visited, the building was in great shape overall, except for one room that was starting to get damp...
  4. MK83

    Report - St Williams Roman Catholic Church - Ince, Wigan - March 23

    The church was originally established in 1873 in a tin chapel opposite the current building. The current building was built in 1908 from designs by Matthew Honan. Honan’s drawings survive in the diocesan archives. A note on one of them states that the church was designed to seat 500 and that the...
  5. SuspiciousFox

    Report - Christ church, Weston Point, Runcorn , July 2022

    Some brief history Christ Church is located out on the docks of Weston, overlooking the River Mersey. It’s construction was completed in 1841 making it 181 years old! It was built as the result of a 1839 petition from dock workers to be allowed to have Sunday off as sabbath (a Christian day of...
  6. norfolkexplorer

    Report - Spread Oak Chapel and Scrap cars. Norfolk. June 2022

    After many years of not exploring or posting on here, I have decided it is time to get my ass in gear and get out n about again So here is my 1st trip out and post on here in a long time. The explore The morning was a gorgeous early morning explore with pummels of light breaking through the...
  7. JakeV50

    Report - Broom Green Chapel: Oct 2021 / Jan 2022

    Broom Green Chapel Being local to me, Broom Green chapel is a lovely little one to visit on a nice sunny day, having been 2 or 3 times now, I've gathered a few photos over my visits and decided to do a quick report on it as it's a beautiful little place, the best bit is the mural on the wall...
  8. Violetdelight

    Porta Maria chapel

    The Chapel built by a Chec refugee. During the war he fled across Europe and married an English woman. Living in Norfolk he built his own Chapel. ( info is what I've read online, hopefully correct). Cute little Chapel
  9. MK83

    St Thomas Church - Bedford, Leigh - Nov 2021

    Explored this place over 2 visit's, the first was the same day @MotionlessMike posted his report coincidently but we weren't happy with some of our shots so went back the other day to retake a few. In-between the 2 visits it seems the vandals and kids have started to descend and the place has...
  10. urbex-travel

    Report - The Park Of Religious Minatures and Giant Pope, Częstochowa, Poland 2021

    We saw a lot of abandoned buildings, but we have never imagined collecting them in one place. In Częstochowa, the Polish city known from the religious cult, we found an amazing park of the religious miniatures. You can find there St Peter's Basilica near Gate Of Dawn, Catacombs and Mary's House...
  11. TheBackpackExplorer


    The History St Joseph's Roman Catholic Church has been derelict since the last mass took place in October 1995 - In 1877, the second designed rebuild was done by Mr. Goldie, of the firm of Messrs - Goldie & Child, London. Originally, The first service was held on 22nd January, 1871, in a small...
  12. GRONK

    Report - Holy Trinity Church, Peak Dale - May 2021

    May 2021 I visited with @coolboyslim and @stranton on a post-lockdown tour of the Peak District, the church is a modern gothic style building, consisting of a chancel and nave. I'd attempted this one a number of years ago with no success, but as we were passing we decided to take a quick look...
  13. MK83

    Report - St Joseph's Roman Catholic Church - Wigan, Lancashire - June 2021

    We had some time and this place is very close to us so we decided to re-visit with our camera's. The first time we explored this place was a few years ago with only our phone camera's so have never posted the results of that explore. Always wanted to go back with a decent camera and finally got...
  14. kvtie9

    Church, Dorset. 4th June 2021

    Came across this well exploring a house down that way. Very cool little church. Instagram @kvtie9
  15. K

    Report - St Aidans, Gattonside - April 2021

    First report so please be kind haha! St Aidans was built in the 1820s by Sir Adam Ferguson, a close friend of Sir Walter Scott, and then expanded upon by George Bainbridge. The house had several owners throughout the 19th century until finally becoming the headquarters of The Brothers of Charity...
  16. ForgottenBuildings

    Report - Blue Christ Church - Belgium - Jan, 2021

    History: During the end of the 1800s this part of Belgium was known for the massive heavy industry. With this new industry the demand for houses also grew, which created a ton of new housing blocks for the employees. Including the many new housing blocks there were also newly constructed...
  17. MK83

    Report - Merseyside Deaf Institute, Liverpool - October 2020

    This place has been done loads of times on here but we liked the look of the chapel so decided to check it out. History - In May 1864 the Liverpool Adult Deaf and Dumb Benevolent Society was established. It was founded by George Healey, a Deaf man. He set up the Society initially to give Deaf...
  18. MK83

    Report - ST Peters Church, Bryn, Wigan - October 2020

    History - Opened in 1961 on the site of the original wooden church built in 1902. The Venerable Archdeacon Arthur White , who had been St Peter's first curate in 1909, laid the foundation stone on 17th September 1960. The new church was consecrated on the 16th August 1961 by the then Bishop of...
  19. UrbexTreasure

    Report - Peak District Church - Ocotber 2018

    Whilst on a hike in the Peaks we stumbled across this little hidden church in complete disrepair and all of the gravestones unkept and forgotten. UrbexTreasure
  20. s1ng0

    St Hilda’s Tin Church - Rochdale

    In 1878 the church was built on its original site on Featherstall Road In Littleborough. This became known as the ‘Iron Church’ as it was made of metal sheets. the Mission of St Hilda dismantled and re-built at Hollingworth Fold in 1931, until it was closed due to structural problems in 1998.