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  1. O

    General - New to this

    Hi, I’m Chloe and I’m 24 and want to begin exploring and have been directed to this website. I’m from Eastbourne East Sussex and have access to a car, would anybody be able to point me in the direction of some good places to explore? Thank you :)
  2. M

    Lead or Rumour info - 173-175 High street Digbeth Birmingham, Former Chapel (Abandoned)

    Hi All, Im new here so dont know what im really doing. Im currently working on a project which relates to the abandoned church on high street deritend, B12 0LD. Ive been seaching online and it seems that no one has explored this building yet or reported about it yet. The building is empty and...
  3. Skedi

    Report - Nuclear Bunker: Region 6 War Room, Reading, Dec 2020

    First report so hopefully I get it right. I've been urbexing with a few friends in the Hertfordshire area since the start of summer, so I've got plenty of sites I need to post about. I was so excited to visit the Region 6 War Room that this had to be my first. Also recently purchased my first...
  4. X

    Report - Strawberry hill warfield November 27 2020

    This is a explore i did with my partner wasn't much to see really as there had been a fire here recently hope you guys enjoy Ps this would of been once a very nice house sad to see it in such a bad state
  5. 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...
  6. LashedLlama

    Report - Clapham Storm Releif & South Western Storm Sewer, London - November 2020

    History: Clapham Storm Relief, or more commonly dubbed "Lucky Charms Drain" makes up just one of the many underground sewer networks across the capital, and was constructed during the late 1800s. During the 19th century, Sir Joseph Bazalgette designed the modern-day sewer system, in response to...
  7. Laurenlucy123

    Report - CHATTERLEY WHITFIELD (UNDERGROUND EXPERIENCE)

    Chatterley Whitfield is one of my all time favourite explores ever! It has so much history and character. In 1979 the Chatterley Whitfield Mining Museum opened and it soon gained a reputation of being Britain’s best known mining museum attracting over 70,000 visitors a year. Underground tours...
  8. LashedLlama

    Report - Battersea B & C Thames Tunnels, London - October 2020

    History: After the completion of the famous Battersea Power Station in 1933, 4 sets of tunnels were bored under the Thames. The first is known as "Battersea Steam Tunnel", which with the clue being in the title, was built to act as a surplus heat discharge outlet, as even when all 4 of...
  9. 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...
  10. 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...
  11. LashedLlama

    Report - St. Thomas Hill Water Tower, Canterbury, Kent - July 2020

    History: In the 1860s, Canterbury's water supply was drawn from a variety of sources, such as the River Stour and local wells. However, without a filtration system, the water was deemed hazardous and unfit for human use, and could only be used for cleaning purposes. Subsequently, by 1870 a...
  12. m4dd13z666

    Report - The Standedge Tunnels

    Standedge tunnels. The Standedge Tunnels are four parallel tunnels through the Pennine Hills at the Standedge crossing between Marsden and Diggle. 3 are Railway Tunnels the other is a Canal Tunnel. The Double Line North Tunnel is still live, as is the Canal Tunnel, The Central (Nicholson) and...
  13. Toriii

    Report - Lavender cottage Cornwall 29/07/2020

    Visited the famous lavender cottage today, Very over grown not a lot left and couldn’t get in the caravan near by. this cottage has been abandoned for over 30 years. It’s actually up for sale in 2017 for 250k and I believe it’s dropped to £235k! Still a great place to explore ps To the ladies...
  14. Reesree

    Question - Any explores in or around morpeth area

    Does anyone have any explores they would be willing to share with me in the Morpeth area as currently have no transport so trying to find any i could spend a day walking too and exploring local to Morpeth, I have a couple explores I could exchange. thanks
  15. Nick1979

    Report - Unexpected find in Cornwall 19/07/2020

    Stumbled across this gem in Cornwall a few weeks ago. Came back to have a better look, definitely worth it, couldn’t find out any history or so on.
  16. LashedLlama

    Report - Finsbury Tower, Islington - London, June 2020

    Background Information: Construction on the Finsbury Tower in Islington, London, first began in September 2018 and is set to be completed by August 2021. Originally, the site was home to an old disused 1960's office block, but with the need for space in London increasing daily, the construction...
  17. I

    Report - Ammunition Depot

    We found this old abandoned ammunition depot in Brasside, Durham, Near Frankland prison. It was a ministry of supply ammunition depot for new ammunition and bulk explosives for the Royal Ordnance Factories during World War ll. It was pretty cool, lots to explore! There was a lot of old farming...
  18. LashedLlama

    Report - The Hillside Dutch Navy Ship, Rochester, Kent - June 2020

    History: Apart from KentOnline has to offer, there is little else online regarding the history of this vessel, but here is what I managed to string together... "The Hillside", constructed in 1970 and originally built as an accommodation barge for the Dutch Navy, has just under 70 rooms and was...
  19. J

    Anywhere in Notts / Nottingham City or around?

    Hi posted before, just wondering if anyone knows anywhere within walking distance of Nottingham City? Not interested in going down man holes this weekend but any buildings or other caves / caverns would be amazing! Going this Saturday so hopefully someone can point me in the right direction. Thanks!
  20. Willblaq

    Report - some from Camelot old amusement place and a random house on route

    So me and my frIend visited Camelot a few days ago seeing as we used to go as children it was so very weird going round it so derelict and no people around. There was a security in a hut but we didn’t go near it and we aren’t ever loud so we didn’t disturb anybody. Such a bizarre but cool...
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