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  1. UrbexBee20

    Report - Fort Gilkicker - Hampshire - November 2021

    History of Fort Gilkicker Fort Gilkicker is a historic Palmerston fort built at the eastern end of Stokes Bay, Gosport, Hampshire to dominate the key anchorage of Spithead. It was erected between 1863 and 1871 as a semi-circular arc with 22 casemates, to be armed with five twelve-inch guns...
  2. TheBackpackExplorer


    The History The Cowling Mill Spinning Co Ltd., was registered in May 1905, building work began with the foundations being laid in September 1905. Work in constructing the mill continued night & day as a flag was hoisted to the top of the chimney at the beginning of May 1906. In August 1906 the...
  3. TheBackpackExplorer


    The History Oaklands was built between 1882-1883, The house was designed by Bolton based architectural firm of Bradshaw & Gass. The house is built of pressed red brick, it is a convolution of architectural styles; Gothic & Queen Anne revival. The house has an octagonal turret & terracotta...
  4. 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...
  5. TheBackpackExplorer


    The History Springside Paper Mill, where paper was made continuously since 1834 - originally belonging to John Livesey who had previously run paper mills at Prestolee & Springfield. At this time rags & textiles were recycled to make paper; wood pulp was not used in papermaking until about 1910...
  6. TheBackpackExplorer


    The History Springside Paper Mill, where paper was made continuously since 1834 - originally belonging to John Livesey who had previously run paper mills at Prestolee & Springfield. At this time rags & textiles were recycled to make paper; wood pulp was not used in papermaking until about 1910...
  7. AlikaiCoxy

    Report - Thorpe St. Andrew's Hospital, Norwich - June 2021

    Aaaaaagh! First Report Time! - Please leave some constructive criticism for me! - Also, please correct me if I have any information incorrect! History The original hospital building, opened in 1814, was designed by Francis Stone. In 1849, John Brown designed and built the wings to the ward...
  8. Z

    Report - Poplars carehome Walton on the naze 27th May 2021

    Have been past this many times and my neighbour actually stayed in there for a while before he passed. Decided to check it out today and it was a very cool explore, basically untouched no vandalism or anything. Most doors were locked but found one :) lights were all still on and power to the...
  9. A

    Report - Photos - Westbury House October 2020

    Hi guys, first time poster! I just recently started with exploring as lockdown was getting a bit much! My best friend and I went to Westbury House near Petersfield yesterday and I was honestly amazed with its good condition and the amount of items there compared to other places! Surprisingly...
  10. CBT699

    Information - Soviet Hospital

    New to this site first post... Visit a Hospital over in Germany before the pandemic.
  11. UrbexTreasure

    Report - Cricket Pavillion - Norfolk - September 2018

    Whilst on a spontaneous trip to the Norfolk Coast I was scanning online to find some abandoned spots to visit, just cant help myself sometimes ;) Found this cricket pavilion that is located next to a large manor house in the Norfolk village of Guist. It is believed to have been built in 1907...
  12. UrbexTreasure

    Report - RAF Upwood - Ramsey - October 2018

    RAF Upwood (Night time) This was one of my first introductions to exploring abandoned places, I had previously seen it in the day light but me and my friend went on a spontaneous trip here at night time. This allows a different perspective of it and to get more of an eerie vibe. There was no...
  13. UrbexTreasure

    Report - Farm House - Cambridgeshire - June 2018

    Two farm houses with sheltered storage buildings located in the village of Thorney which I believe are the least structurally sound buildings that I have been in and an old beat up landrover discovery. It has since been demolished so no longer exists but was on the edge of the village and access...
  14. 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
  15. UrbexTreasure

    Report - Camelot Theme Park - September 2018

    History: Opened and established in 1983 however closed to the public in 2012. Camelot Theme Park was originally inspired by the legend of King Arthur and featured medieval-themed attractions and roller coasters such as Caterpillar Capers, Junior Dragon Coaster, Dragon Flyer, Excalibur, and...
  16. ForgottenBuildings

    Report - Wet offices - Germany - February 2020

    History: This factory was established in 1981 and was a major producer of data security systems and other IT-systems. This company ran successfully until 2014, at this time the company went bankrupt. Nowadays after 6 years of abandonment this facility has decayed severely, and gave of a really...
  17. Joshrowlands

    Report - Wagon & Horses, Stoke on Trent, February 2020

    History The earliest known record of the pub is from 1818, with the first record of the name "Waggon & Horses" from 1834. The pub was renamed Potters Lodge, before returning to its original name in 2009 when new owners bought and refurbished the venue. A local resident said it had been...
  18. DustySensorPhotography

    Report - St Joseph's Seminary - Upholland - May 2019

    ST JOSEPH'S SEMINARY: So I explored this place a little while ago, and decided to post my first report in a while because it's been cropping up a bit more recently. This place has been abandoned since 1991, leaving it abandoned for 28 years! This is largely shown in the decay that this place...