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  1. TheBackpackExplorer

    Report - RYLANDS MILL - WIGAN- SEPT 2021

    The History… Rylands Mill has been named as one of the top ten most endangered buildings in the UK, by the Victorian Society. In 1819, Rylands & Sons were established with their seat of operations being in Wigan. From 1847, John Rylands became sole proprietor of the company after the death of...
  2. theurbexcouple

    Report - Abandoned Warehouse, Cranford, Feb 2021

    Explore: Myself(Holly) and John went and explored this abandoned warehouse/quarry that we fount while researching on Google Maps today, so we decided to go and take a look and it was infact local to us, which was even more better. When we got there, it was trashed and graffitied really badly by...
  3. theurbexcouple

    Report - Feltham Cavalry Tunnel, London, Jan 2021

    Explore: Myself(John) and Holly have known about this tunnel for a while as its in our local area of where we live, in a park close to us. We have visited here before, not for urbex purpose, but just to see what the tunnel was all about really and to be fair it holds a strange but weirdly cool...
  4. theurbexcouple

    Report - Seven Pines Mansion, Virginia Waters, Aug 2020 & Jan 2021

    Explore: Me and Holly explored Seven Pines in August of 2020 and just before lockdown approached this month of January 2021 so before anyone comes down on me and my fiance for exploring during pandemic, as we didnt :D. When we went in August, it was awesome as we managed to get inside but...
  5. theurbexcouple

    Report - Garden center and house, London, Jan 2021

    Explore: Holly and myself (John) stayed local to our area and explored this local abandoned garden center with a possible caretakers house on site to keep an eye on the property, when the house and center itself was in use. We have explored this before as it is situated in our local park, which...
  6. theurbexcouple

    Report - Northdene House(Revisit), London, Jan 2021

    Explore: We explored Northdene a while ago as we put it on our 1st post for our visit there on here but decided to go back not long ago to grab some more decent pics with our new DSLR camera we brought and the pictures speak for itself how better the quality is, cant say no more on that :D Our...
  7. theurbexcouple

    Report - Westbury House, West Meon, Jan 2021

    Explore: Last night, me and John went to Westbury House with some new friends we made who are also fellow explorers, thank you to them for showing us and exploring this place with us. Westbury was amazing to explore as it was night time which made it more spooky and eerie. The place kept on...
  8. lpphevs

    Report - Cremyll Fuel Depot & Grenville Battery, Cornwall - July 2020

    Went down to Cornwall this summer not far from my old uni haunts to check out some derps. Great bits of history amongst an impressive coastal landscape. So here we've got a kind of 2-for-1, a surf n turf so to speak. Both a WW2 Royal Navy refuelling depot, and a Victorian Palmerston fort...
  9. LashedLlama

    Report - Portsdown Naval Fuel Bunker, Hampshire - September 2020

    History: The Portsdown Underground Fuel Bunker, in Hampshire, was built during the late 1930s by Sir Robert McAlpine's construction company, as a bombproof oil reservoir to serve the Royal Navy fleet at the base in Portsmouth. This underground storage facility played a vital role in Britain's...
  10. LashedLlama

    Report - The North Downs Irrigation Tunnels, Medway - August / October 2020

    History: The North Downs, also known as the chalk spine of Kent, has a long history of water supply going back centuries. The downs itself, stretches all the way from Farnham in Surrey, right across to Dover in Kent, and is of course entirely made up of a chalk base. The chalk itself has a...
  11. LashedLlama

    Report (Permission Visit) The Godstone Main Series Firestone Mine, Surrey - October 2020

    History: The Godstone main series firestone mine, is located deep beneath the forest floors of Surrey, and dates back as far as the 1600s. The mine first began its life as a vital source of flint, or commonly named "firestone". Originally, this mine comprised of 5 different networks, The Roman...
  12. Mr Sam

    Report - The Ritz - Ilkeston - July '20

    10 minute walk from the front door and it took me a year to even realise this was closed and derp because the amount of times i venture into town in the evening i can honestly remember picking someone up from here with 2 inch of snow on the ground, next time I'm there in the dark I'm climbing...
  13. LashedLlama

    Report - Storm Releif Chalk Mine, Dartford, Kent - September 2020

    History: In the latter half of the 19th century, the railway network had expanded rapidly, connecting up towns and villages to London, enabling more people to still work within the capital, but move out into the countryside. With this, grew a demand on houses, and consequently, an even greater...
  14. O

    Question - NEWQUAY SPOTS 2020

    Hey everyone, Me and my partner are visiting Newquay (TR7) this following weekend for a few days and given it's such a beautiful area wondered if there were any current derelict sites to explore nearby? I've looked over the posts on here but the only recent threads are relating to one...
  15. A

    New to this!

    hi, we are from ne24 area and are looking for places to explore, along the lines of derelict or abandoned buildings/houses/hospital etc. Willing to travel within reason.. anyone let us know of any good places to visit? Thank you.
  16. Oliver-23

    General - Otterburn hall, northumberland June 2020

    What a find! I hadn’t taken many photos inside but it Looks like it’s just been left since the last construction started. Would be beautiful once it was all finished!
  17. 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
  18. 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...
  19. 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...
  20. Sarlee

    Noobs!

    Hi all, We are keen amateur photographers and are looking into exploring abandoned, derelict, different places.... If anyone can help with some accessible places, preferably in Sussex, we would be really appreciative Many thanks
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