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    General - Im calling these jenga tunnels some call it the holy grail

    One we have been on the hunt for and finally found. Needless to say it was thee best I've been in and so well preserved seemed to go on forever and was absolutely buzzing :D
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    Report - Standedge Tunnels -Nov 2020

    The Standedge Tunnels are four parallel tunnels through the Pennine hills at the Standedge crossing between Marsden in West Yorkshire and Diggle in Greater Manchester in northern England. Three are railway tunnels and the other is a canal tunnel I mainly walked the two abandoned train tunnels...
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    Question - Beacon Hill Fort Essex

    Hey everyone, I used to go exploring a lot but had a pretty bad accident and now I am recovered I want to get back out there! One of my favourite places I have explored were the tunnels underneath Beacon Hill Fort but I think I last went there about 8 years ago. Has anyone been recently? Just...
  4. Nesha Adams

    Report - Fort Pitt Tunnels - November 2020

    Great local explore the other night at Fort Pitt. After many years of researching and going out searching for an entry point, we had received a message about the location. The fort itself was designed with red brick walls, a 15ft moat (defence ditch) and a bastion on each edge of the fort. It...
  5. LashedLlama

    Report - Clapham Storm Releif & South Western Storm Sewer, London - November 2020

    History: Clapham Storm Relief, or more commonly dubbed "Lucky Charms Drain" makes up just one of the many underground sewer networks across the capital, and was constructed during the late 1800s. During the 19th century, Sir Joseph Bazalgette designed the modern-day sewer system, in response to...
  6. DE-eVOLVED SS3

    Question - DOES ANYONE KNOW OF....SOUTHEND..

    Hi, I am not after a location.. but I have info on some WW2 Tunnels that exist... Ive found an early video that clearly states and shows people entering the tunnel which was said to house 3000 workers etc during the air-raids... I hear the original entrance point has been blocked up but there...
  7. LashedLlama

    Report - The North Downs Irrigation Tunnels, Medway - August / October 2020

    History: The North Downs, also known as the chalk spine of Kent, has a long history of water supply going back centuries. The downs itself, stretches all the way from Farnham in Surrey, right across to Dover in Kent, and is of course entirely made up of a chalk base. The chalk itself has a...
  8. DE-eVOLVED SS3

    General - DID IT EVER EXIST IS IT STILL THERE (Smugglers run).. SS3

    I've been looking into the history of Shoeburyness, and heard the story/myth about the RED BRICK HOUSE at the end of Elm rd. The story goes that there was a tunnel that lead down from Red Brick House down to the shore and it was either used for smuggling in things, another story is that there is...
  9. LashedLlama

    Report - Battersea B & C Thames Tunnels, London - October 2020

    History: After the completion of the famous Battersea Power Station in 1933, 4 sets of tunnels were bored under the Thames. The first is known as "Battersea Steam Tunnel", which with the clue being in the title, was built to act as a surplus heat discharge outlet, as even when all 4 of...
  10. Urban Ginger Hog

    Report - AEI Cable Works Air Raid Shelter, Northfleet. September 2020

    Like many others, I hit this awesome location some years ago and thoroughly enjoyed subsequent visits. However, during the pandemic it seems that this old favourite had fallen foul to the festering graffiti turds! Once again people defacing a piece of history, where potentially members of their...
  11. lpphevs

    Report - Camden Catacombs East Section - September 2020

    THE EXPLORE So we began blowing up an inflatable canoe on the side of Regents Canal footpath much to the confusion and amazement of passers by. When it was finally ready, we hopped in and nearly got crushed by a large tourist boat why proceeded to tell us 'we were on the wrong side', despite...
  12. lpphevs

    Report - Fort Clarence East Castemates, August 2020

    Really excellent place, incredibly well tucked away and as a result I didn't see a single piece of modern rubbish inside, not even a monster munch packet or a stella can. Nice to see somewhere a bit older than the usual Victorian Palmerston Forts after having seen plenty of those. Explored with...
  13. Smarsh21

    Question - New to urban exploring.. plymouth devon

    Me and my husband are new to urban exploring in Plymouth Devon. We have found a few fort tunnels in the woods but would really like to find entrances to more tunnels/air raid shelters in Plymouth or just anywhere abandoned to explore for photos/videos! Please drop me a message if anyone knows of...
  14. Slippin_Jimm

    Report - Grain Fort - Caponier Tunnels | June 2020

    History Grain Fort was built during the 1860s on the Isle of Grain to protect the mouth of the river Medway. It was constructed with a crescent shaped keep, which formed the case-mated barracks and entrance to the fort. A raised earth bank behind this formed around this was mounted with Rifled...
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    Report - Mapperly Tunnel - Nottinghamshire - June 2020

    So i went for a wander with a few friends the other day, took quite a while to locate due to all the building work surrounding it and being able to get to it unseen. We managed to get down to the huge pile at the second ventilation shaft, we decided to turn back there due to not really having...
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    Report - Tunnel system central Liverpool June 2020

    So on the 12th of June 2020 me and a few friends were exploring a couple of well know locations in the Liverpool area and just happend to come across this by chance. We were walking along and noticed a hole in the ground naturally as we were exploring this peaked our interest and we decided to...
  17. AdenMont

    Aden, new member, Glasgow

    I think I might have accidentally deleted my first new members thread but anyway. Hi I'm Aden I'm 18 years old and living in glasgow, I only got into urban exploring two weeks or so ago so I haven't been to many places but I have enjoyed the places that I have been to such as: botanic gardens...
  18. AdenMont

    Aden, new member

    Hi my name's Aden I'm 18 living in Glasgow I only started urban exploring in the last two weeks or so and haven't been to many places but I have enjoyed the ones I have been to such as: the botanic gardens train station, Saint Peter's seminary and Dunmorepark house. I am mainly interested in...
  19. samanthaivy

    Hello from Medway kent!

    New to forums and exploring pages but I’m Sam from Medway area in Kent . Started exploring at a young age did the typical Matthews riding school which I continue to visit still now to this day! Visited Leybourne grange back in I think 2016 when the Manor House was still there only wish it was...
  20. LashedLlama

    Report - Camden Lock Underground Vaults (The Winding Chambers) - London, March 2020

    History: Constructed beneath the streets of Camden, and designed by railway engineer Robert Stephenson, this set of underground vaults under Camden Lock were used to house stationary winding engines to haul locomotives along the railway line above the vaults. The stationary winding engines...
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