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  1. K

    Help!

    Hiya my name is Kayleigh I’m 19 years old. I have been into urban exploring since I was 14.. I’ve been to a few locations such as hellingly Lunatic Asylum, Horsebridge mill, nan tucks lane, st Anne’s school and the Denton tunnels! I was wondering if anyone knows anymore locations I could visit...
  2. Chloe Explores

    Report - St Leonards-on-Sea Congregational Church, Hastings - August 2019

    History: In 1864 the church opened as St Leonards-on-Sea Congregational Church. The last service took place in 2002. Six years later in 2008 the church officially closed and ever since then has been left abandoned. English Heritage has listed the building at Grade II for its architectural and...
  3. Chloe Explores

    Report - Mount Denys Care Home, Hastings - July 2019

    History: The care home first opened its doors in 1986! Mount Denys was a purpose built home provided by East Sussex County Council for the care of older people with dementia. The home had three units one of which provided respite to the people in the community. Back in 2001, the home didn’t...
  4. Chloe Explores

    Report - Preston Barracks, Brighton - December 2017

    History: Preston Barracks was a military installation in Lewes Road, Brighton. When we explored this two years ago, there was two remaining buildings left on the site. One building had been developed and was called “Field”. But when the university scheme went through that got demolished and the...
  5. Chloe Explores

    Report - McDougall's Flour Mill, Hailsham - June 2019

    History: The Grade Two Listed old flour mill was built circa 1900, but its history is sketchy, there was a fire between 1908 and 1910, when the mill was rebuilt as a large roller mill, McDougall’s had a hand in it at some point in the past and the the last owner is listed as the Mill Precision...
  6. silentpartner

    Report - Tenterden Train Graveyard (East Sussex) - November 2018

    When seeing other peoples posts on the Train Graveyard, it triggered my romantic side as you can only imagine the amount of people they carried throughout their working life. Even though now reduced to a rotting carcass it was good to explore and I was please with some of the pictures I got...
  7. silentpartner

    General - McDougall's Flour Mill - November 2018

    I'm know that this place has been covered in previous threads, but I'm new to Urbexing and wanted to share what is my first real venture into this. McDougall's Flour Mill is about 20 minutes from me so it was the ideal location to start. Easy entry into the grounds and is very quiet. Once...
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