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  1. FKL770

    Report - Waterloo-Victoria Tunnel Explore. Liverpool, Merseyside - May 2022

    INTRODUCTION I was with a friend. we entered the area where the entrance of the tunnel is and we waited for a carpark to close so we could jump the fence and get into the tunnel. In the meantime we decided to explore another nearby abandoned building (some type of warehouse) on going into the...
  2. FKL770

    Report - Bromborough Central Power Station - Wirral, Merseyside - 9th of May 2022.

    After not being able to find an easy entrance at the front gates of the site and due to some fella in a Mercedes having a kip at the gates i decided to get in via the Mersey. I got onto the banks of the river further down and walked my way up to the power station, clambering over sewage overflow...
  3. reisskerr

    Report - Birkenhead Railway Tunnel

    Nothing too exciting… I’d heard of some railway tracks and decided to check them out. Lots of overgrowth, graffiti and lots of fly tipping, so not many photo opportunities. Part of the old railway tracks on the wirral side of merseyrail, this specific part being underneath birkenhead by the...
  4. A

    Newbie Here

    Hey Guy's & Gal's My name is Aaron and i have done 1 or 2 explore's in my lifetime and really enjoyed i am currently residing in Rock Ferry Merseyside! I am also a photographer and i want to delve into urban exploring photography and i am strugglimg to find places near by or ones that are...
  5. GRONK

    Report - Dale Street Magistrates Court, Liverpool - October 2021

    October 2021 The Visit Visited on two occasions, the first was a nighttime visit with @stranton and @coolboyslim and the second was a solo visit on a wet weekday morning. The building is huge and I could have easily spent double the amount of time I did in there. It appears to have been left...
  6. MK83

    Report - Woolton Hall - Liverpool - May 2021 - Permission visit

    We've wanted a look at this for a while and with us having our lad with us today we thought this would be a good one to take him too. The caretaker is more than happy to let people explore it so we armed our lad with our old bridge camera so he could get involved and went for a mooch. It's...
  7. MK83

    Report - Pinetops Health Club and Spa - Formby - September 2020

    Explored this ages ago but never got round to posting it. Been covered on here loads. History - Not much history on this place. It was popular with local footballers from Merseyside and was damaged in an arson attack in 2009. It closed in 2015 due to maintenance costs on the roof. Explore -...
  8. MK83

    Report - Merseyside Deaf Institute, Liverpool - October 2020

    This place has been done loads of times on here but we liked the look of the chapel so decided to check it out. History - In May 1864 the Liverpool Adult Deaf and Dumb Benevolent Society was established. It was founded by George Healey, a Deaf man. He set up the Society initially to give Deaf...
  9. UrbexTreasure

    Report - Liverpool Factorys - September 2018

    My friend and I were up in Liverpool visiting a friend who had recently moved up there and went for a stroll along the docks. Not entirely sure if the warehouses are complelty abandoned but from what I could see they were empty and unoccupied. Due to nearby construction workers we could not gain...
  10. F

    Report - Birkenhead Dock Branch Line and Haymarket Tunnel, Wirral- June 2020

    The History: The Birkenhead Dock Branch is a disused railway line which runs for about four and a half miles between the South Junction of Rockferry to around Bidston Dock, as part of the Chester and Birkenhead Railway. Some of the line runs through Haymarket tunnel and there was a level...
  11. F

    Report - Littlewoods Air Raid Shelter, Liverpool- July 2020

    The History: This air raid shelter was built before World War Two for the workers of the nearby Littlewoods Pools building. Several entrances were available for the staff. The factory building itself was used for several purposes during the war, including printing National Registration forms...
  12. C

    Information - Bidston Hill, Wirral - Mill, Observatory & Lighthouse - Feb 2020

    I made my way to Bidston Hill yesterday on the recommendation of a report I saw on here. What a gorgeous place! The whole land was bought on the condition that it would be kept for public use and enjoyment, which is upheld today. The buildings date from the 1800s. No interior exploration as the...
  13. N

    Report - Bromborough central power station (19)

    Nothing new here just thought I’d upload a few new shots as I was passing. Fairly easy access and worth a look if you’re local
  14. N

    Report - Bidston underground war tunnels (Wirral)

    After trying to get into this place a few times I got a tip off that it was accessible again (i won’t post details). It won’t be open long as they’re already laying foundations to cover it up as shown in the photos. So if you’re planning on taking a look at get down their soon! Good luck
  15. H

    Report - Moreton (wirral) abandoned computer factory

    The explore: We found this old factory local to us by chance, fairly simple to enter. Not entirely sure of the history. Houses next door to each entrance, factory is located behind the houses. Seems to have been an old computer parts storage warehouse, most of the parts being from 1980ish and...
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