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  1. LostPlacesForgottenFaces

    Report - Fearnville House - Leeds, West Yorkshire - Jan 2020

    Fearnville House (The Illegal Whisky Distillery) Roundhay, Leeds Jan 2020 - HISTORY Fearnville House is a large, derilict, Grade 2 listed manor located near Roundhay, Leeds which has a long history of abuse and neglect. The Manor was built around 1840 by a Leeds merchant, and Thomas Louis...
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    Report - Harewood Castle Ruins - Harewood, Leeds - Jan 2020

    Harewood Castle Ruins Harewood, Leeds Jan 2020. HISTORY: Harewood Castle is a 14th-century stone hall house and courtyard fortress, located on the Harewood Estate, in West Yorkshire, England. The castle was designed to strike a balance between security and comfort: a mixture of convenience and...
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    Report - Ambassador House aka South Point, Leeds City Centre - Dec 19

    Have a great Christmas everyone! HISTORY: Once used as the headquarters of the Leeds Development Corporation as well as Leeds City Council's environmental health services, Ambassador House (also known as South Point), closed in 2008. The 57,000 sq ft building was purchased in early 2015 by...
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    Report - Leeds Girls High School (Rose Court Nursery), Leeds, West Yorkshire - May 2019

    History Rose Court building was is situated on the same site and the main senior school Leeds Girls High School building. Rose Court was purchased by the High School in 1912 and before this functioned as a private residence. Built of stone construction in a Georgian design the building...
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    Report - Monk Bridge Viaduct, Leeds, West Yorkshire - June 2019

    History The remains of the Monk Bridge Viaduct run parallel to Whitehall Road on the other side of Holbeck. It was originally built as an access route into the old Leeds Central Station, which stood on the site of the Wellington Place office development, and carried the railway over both the...
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    Report - Holbeck Viaduct, Leeds, West Yorkshire - June 2019

    History London North Western Railway built the viaduct in 1882 to bypass the congested lines leading to the present-day Leeds Station. It's 1,500 yards long and has 82 arches. The track remains on one side of a gate erected by Network Rail. Trains stopped running on the line in 1988, but the...
  7. Crissisdecon

    Report - RAF Church Fenton - Leeds - Aug 19

    Explore: Despite relatively easy access this site is neighboring an active airport and a MOD base, although when we went everything was quite and we didn't see anyone I would recommend to stay out of site in this location. The multiple buildings have a handful of items connecting to the...
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    Report - District Hospital - Leeds - Aug 19

    Explore: little remains inside the building with very few items shining light on the original use of the building. the main attraction left is the level of decay of the building, paint stripping from the walls, water and fire damage etc. not too much else to say about the explore as it was...
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    Newbie from the north!

    Hey guys, New to this from the north east of England, never done this before and looking to take the plunge, put my big boy pants on and start exploring! Looking for beginners tips, chats and fellow explorers from the north to possibly meet up! I'm super friendly, good banter and not a serial...
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    Report - Horsforth College- Leeds, April 2019

    Horsforth College or Horsforth Campus was part of Leeds City College until in shut in 2017. I’m not sure when it was built but looks like 1970s and merged with other colleges in 2009 to form Leeds City College. There are playing fields at the front of the college and gardens at the back. Main...
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    Report - RAF church fenton - 2016

    History The station was opened in 1937 and during the Second World War was home to air defense aircraft, a role retained by the station until the 1960s when it became a training station. It closed in 2013 and is now a civilian airfield known as Leeds East Airport. The explore Visited on many...
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    Report - Eastmoor Boy's Reformatory School - Leeds - September 2018

    This is project Underground's 2nd proper explore together! On with the history first! History Opened on the 2nd December, 1857, East Moor Reformatory for Boys was certified to house up to 60 convicted boys. The site was 20 acres, and had cow and pig sheds, shoemakers, smiths, and stables...
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    New member!!

    Hi everyone! Not sure how all this works! So much to read I’m from Scarborough and looking for places around here to go explore?? Old, scary, haunted, abandoned etc!! If anyone knows any please help!
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