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  1. Sam the climber

    Report - Attercliffe Tram Sheds - August 2019

    History Sheffield's Attercliffe Tram Sheds have been in use since 1873, when the trams were drawn by horses. The first line on the network was between Attercliffe and Lady's Bridge. Originally, it was operated by the Sheffield Tramways Company, but the city council took over the trams in...
  2. bttrlvng

    St.Peter’s - Gainford - July 2019

    I know this post is late, but it’s also my first one so bare with me. In July, Myself and fellow user Brandon98, who has already posted a thread on this, went to St. Peter’s School. the history of this school is malicious and goes back to 1900’s.click for a video about the school. The only...
  3. WilsonTheHuman

    Police Training Academy - St Albans, Hertfordshire, August 2019

    This is a spot I've had on my radar for a while now but not got around to going to. Went to this the same day my friends were up here so we decided to scoot over to it to have a look. There is nothing I can find anywhere about this place, but it seems a hotspot for local kids as we encountered...
  4. Crissisdecon

    Report - Attercliffe Tram Sheds

    Nothing that special, but here is an update (more so of the graffiti) on the Tram sheds in Sheffield. History credit : HughieD This very long brick-built building is what used to be Attercliffe Tram Sheds. It was used for servicing the city’s trams when we had trams the first time around. The...
  5. dansgas1000

    Report - RAF Upwood, Cambridgeshire - July 2019

    Hi all, this is my first report on forum, so any constructive critisism would be greatly appreciated! RAF Upwood was a non-flying RAF base that opened in 1917 and was in use for two years until 1919, and then again from 1936-2012. Since closing, the site has been used for airsoft by a company...
  6. NottinghamUrbexNewbie

    Report - Firbeck Colliery- May 2019

    The constuction of Firbeck Colliery began in 1923 by the Firbeck Main Colliery Company Ltd with the sinking of the two shafts, mining began in 1925 on the Barnsley Bed Seam, this seam would end up been the only one worked by Firbeck in it's rather short career. In 1934 the Firbeck Pit Head...
  7. WilsonTheHuman

    Report - Harefield Limeworks/The Hanging Monkey - Harefield - January 2019

    A little mooch from a couple of months back that I completely forgot to post! I really liked this place, it had some interesting graffiti and was strangely peaceful. Standing on the edge of the canal in Harefield stands Harefield Limeworks. It is known locally as the Hanging Monkey due to the...
  8. samla89

    Report - Central Power Station, Bromborough, Wirral (01/04/2019)

    Had heard about this place ages ago, and went there not even sure if it was still there, sure enough it was! I was pleasently surprised by this place, and by how much of it was accessible. History: Was built in 1918 for the purpose of supplying electricity to Port Sunlight village and the...
  9. V

    Report - Abandoned tower block (London, Lewisham)

    Hit up an abandoned tower block in Lewisham last week, check it out here - EDIT We don't host video reports on the main forums, sorry!
  10. LittleOwl

    Report - Treforest Tinplate Works, Rhondda Cynon Taff, Jan 19

    Following on into 2019, I was determined to find some new sites to explore and happened upon this one during my satellite nosing spree. Though it looked heavily fenced off and I had assumed it would be inaccessible once we got there, I was pleasantly surprised when we managed to find a way in...
  11. miss_kernow

    Report - Wenford Dries July 2018

    This is my first explore. This place is easy to get into and there were a few people walking round while I was there. I don’t know much history about the place but I took this from a website... HISTORY: The Wenford Dries were built in the early part of the 20th century (probably post-1907) to...
  12. sweetpickle92

    Report - Industrial Wasteland Birmingham

    First posting. Spotted this place whilst going past on the train, there is nothing particularly interesting about it apart from these abandoned caravans which give it a post-apocalyptic look. It is just opposite City Hospital in Winson Green and looks like it was once a large vehicle...
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