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  1. MK83

    Report - Egerton House Hotel, Bolton - October 2020

    This has been done a few times but we where in the area and had some time. History - Egerton House Hotel dates from around 1860. Before becoming a hotel the building was owned by a local businessman who had made his fortune in the mills. In 1979 its owners extended the hotel’s restaurant. A...
  2. Urbantrax

    Manchester Abandonment

    Hi Everyone, New to both the forum & Urbex in general... Working brings out the worst in trying to get it together for weekend explores! Been following the site for a while now and thought i'd join. I am looking to create cinematic videos through Manchester and was hoping that someone might...
  3. MK83

    Report - The Anderton Arms, Ince, Wigan - October 2020

    History - Struggled to find much on this place. It was built in the early 1900's by the look of some of the old pictures on the web, It shut down late 2019. It's known locally as the long neck, theories about why range from landlords hanging themselves to landlords bringing in geese at last...
  4. MK83

    Report - ST Peters Church, Bryn, Wigan - October 2020

    History - Opened in 1961 on the site of the original wooden church built in 1902. The Venerable Archdeacon Arthur White , who had been St Peter's first curate in 1909, laid the foundation stone on 17th September 1960. The new church was consecrated on the 16th August 1961 by the then Bishop of...
  5. J

    From Paris to Manchester

    Hello everyone! I'm from France and have been into urbex for a couple years now but moved to Manchester last year. I am interested in all sorts of sites, even though impressive structures (like stone castles, concrete sanatoriums...) taken over by nature will always reach a spot for me. I am...
  6. M

    Report - 100 Greengate, Manchester

    At the time this building was the second tallest completed building in Manchester and supposedly one of the hardest to get on. Instagram Youtube
  7. Joshrowlands

    Report - Salford crescent police station, Salford, March 2020

    History: Designed by the architectural practice of Bradshaw, Gass & Hope this brick and Portland stone building was opened in 1957. Following amalgamation of forces within Greater Manchester in 1974 it continued to operate as the GMP Salford Division Headquarters until its closure in 2008...
  8. RJMmcr

    Report - Premier Inn,Manchester- February 2019

    North Tower (formerly Highland House) is a high-rise residential building on Victoria Bridge Street in Salford, England. The building is 23 stories tall with a podium at the base, which gives it a total height of 80 metres (260 ft) making it one of the tallest buildings in Salford. The building...
  9. RJMmcr

    Report - Victoria theatre,Salford- January 2019

    The Victoria Theatre, designed by Bertie Crewe, was built by The Broughton Theatres Syndicate Ltd. The building's foundation stone was laid on 4 October 1899. in November 1901, less than a year after opening, the theatre began showing films and in 1913 it was granted a cinema licence. The...
  10. C

    Birmingham, need people to explore/climb with.

    I'm from Birmingham (Oldbury) but there's places I wanna go to that are in other areas aswell, I'm strong and can climb but don't have much experience in urbex etc.. But wanna do it regularly.. Especially as it gets warmer, my instagram is cain.bnei.noach but I'm slowly figuring out how this...
  11. RJMmcr

    Report - unite students,Manchester- October 2019

    another boring night so another mission, this time it was nice to view the city from a more central point of view looking down at the principal clock tower which you don't get to do often. oxford road station from above looking over towards central library the view towards...
  12. 3

    Exploring Partner Needed (Manchester)

    I may be new to this page but I’m not new to Urban Exploring. Just lost my exploring partner to sunny Spain & other friends just ain’t interested. So I need new urbexing friends. Im 32 from South Manchester & enjoy mostly exploring subterranean stuff. I’m not in to exploring for likes & follows...
  13. S

    Question - Manchester Filming

    Hi all I'm on film production at uni and need an abandoned building to shoot for an exterior shot and need somewhere which I would film in for interior where I wont get robbed or stabbed, does anyone have any ideas? Thanks.
  14. P

    Salford crescent PHQ Manchester

    Quite an interesting find last night. It came as a shock that it was A) as easily accessible as it was and B) No one else was there... The imposing old Salford Police Station on the Crescent is a 1950s landmark, designed by Bradshaw, Gass and Hope, that was originally the headquarters of...
  15. RJMmcr

    Salford Central Police Station, Manchester -March 2019

    The imposing old Salford Police Station on the Crescent is a 1950s landmark, designed by Bradshaw, Gass and Hope, that was originally the headquarters of Salford City Police and C.I.D Division and, later, Greater Manchester Police Salford Division, before closing for good in 2008. I had been...
  16. T

    General - Camelot theme park

    Hi guys pretty sure this place has been covered a lot. But we just wanted to make a post on it as we have been here a few times and we’ve been told that soon it will be torn down for storey to build houses on. So might be ur last chance to go check it out. The Knightmare coaster is still...
  17. Aitch

    New Member - Manchester

    Hi, names Hayden I'm 22 from Manchester, new to Urbexing and would love to get into it even more, looking to start rooftopping too. Tried three places tonight only got in one but it was great listed below: Stretford Memorial Hospital - freshly boarded Salford Crescent Police Station - metal...
  18. RJMmcr

    Report - Stretford Memorial Hospital, Manchester - February 2019

    Another place that was super trashed by the time i had reached it, there was still plenty to look at despite the fact the metal men and the idiot had all ready been in. some history on the place: During the First World War, this hospital and another was established in Manchester as a Red Cross...
  19. Webb7 Photography

    Report - WH Shaw Pallet Works - Diggle - July 2019

    History (Stolen from a previous report by @The Lone Ranger. Sorry not sorry ) 'By far the most impressive building in Diggle is the Dobcross Loom Works; built in 1860 and located on the Canal side of Huddersfield Road about 300 yards from the junction with Standedge Road. For 37 years until...
  20. L

    Hi from Manchester

    Hey everyone, Lakin here, from south Manchester. I’ve been a follower of the site for a number of years now, thought it’s about time I registered on here. Mainly interested in abandoned military and industrial sites, but am still intrigued by pretty much all urbex. I’m hopefully going on my...
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