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  1. 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...
  2. Kidney

    Report - CEMEX Floors Cement Plant, Rochester - Jan 2020

    Pass this site quite often on the way home from work, have always thought about giving it a try and had planned the route in however had considered the site too far gone to prioritise plus it has been done to death in various stages of its lifecycle on the forums over the years. Didn’t think...
  3. LashedLlama

    Report - CEMEX Floors Cement Plant, Rochester - January 2020

    "There's a camera up there, wonder if it's live?... oh yep! it just swivelled around towards us!" ... That soon sent us running. The CEMEX Floor Cement Plant in Halling, Rochester, was once one of the largest concrete production firms in Kent, creating a variety of concrete floors, bricks...
  4. Chloe Explores

    Report - St Matthews C of E School, Borstal - July 2019

    History: St Matthew’s was a voluntary controlled Church of England school, and therefore part of the land, and all of the permanent buildings are owned by the dia-sus. The Church of England’s Director of Education had given an undertaking to the Council that the proceeds from sale of the school...
  5. DustySensorPhotography

    Report - St Barts Hospital (Morgue) - Rochester - July 2019

    HOSPITAL: There's really very little to note about this place as I only did the morgue because of time purposes and having other places to do later in the day, but it closed in 2016 and the decay shows that pretty well, as there's no graffiti inside, but peeling paint in some parts. I don't have...
  6. Urbex2p

    Information - Rochester toilets

    Well here is my first attempt to post a report and I think I found a gem This is the toilets under Rochester bridge . there’s toilets were closed in 1971 and left , They have been stripped of all stalls and urinals and wash basins however the windows are open and give a lovely view of the river...
  7. _emilyya99

    Ship yard Rochester

    Can’t beleive I’ve gone past this so many times and not even thought about taking a look to see what’s there. Not to sure on the history behind it but took some pictures of the shipyard while exploring. (didn’t have my camera so on me so I had to use my phone and it was pretty dark so the...
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