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  1. LashedLlama

    Report - The Camden Catacombs, London - February 2020

    Visited with @james nichols History: Every day, thousands of people walk the streets of Camden completely unaware of the 19th-century network of tunnels and vaults that lay beneath their feet, and with next to no surface features, this particular network has gone, for the most part, unnoticed...
  2. Urban Ginger Hog

    Report - Guildford Shaft, Dover. February 2020

    Once again, my pal and I heard that the word round the campfire was that this location was accessible. Having only been here once before and my wingman never having experienced it, I set the wheels in motion. So, I called my pal, who was laying on his living room floor pissed as a fart. "You...
  3. Urban Ginger Hog

    Report - St Martins Deep Shelter, Dover. February, 2020

    I first visited this location a few years ago by pure chance when first learning about and exploring the area. I had gone in solo with only my mobile phone, then it was sealed shortly after. This was the first time I had ever experienced such a location and had always wished to return with my...
  4. C

    Information - UPDATE on Epsom Tunnels

    Hey guys Just an update I’ve found out about Epsom tunnels being that my dad is an air soft player. We’re all aware that it’s been sealed and this is because they’re going be bringing it back for the use of air soft. I’m not 100% sure on when, but it will be happening!
  5. LashedLlama

    Report - Esplande Tunnels, Dover - October 2019

    After causing a colossal upset in the incredibly friendly urbex community, I've finally decided to release the photos from our infamous jape... On a particularly warm Octobers afternoon, myself and one of my close mates decided to "enter" Dover's gem, and what we came across is something we'll...
  6. N

    Report - Grain Fort, Isle of Grain, Kent - Sept 2019

    Grain Fort (not to be confused with Grain Tower) was a napoleonic era fort protecting the river Medway as it joins the Thames estuary. It was built between 1861 and 1868 and was demolished in the 1960s after service in WW1 and WW2. The area is now a public park, with walks over the gun...
  7. 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
  8. FavouriteWorstNightmare

    Report - East Tilbury Battery, 04/19

    “Situated just half a mile away from Coalhouse Fort, East Tilbury Battery, was constructed from 1887-93 and supplemented Coalhouse Fort as part of the Thames’ coastal defence system. It housed six long range firing weapons, mounted on disappearing carriages. There were two six-pdr guns on the...
  9. Lewis Bianco

    General - My search for the Luton Arches tunnels: the journey so far...

    Me and a friend have spent a good portion of this year trying to find a way into the fabled tunnels underneath Chatham Hill. We know that they exist due to a hole that we found in the chalk wall near the billboard going up Chatham Hill, however on closer inspection the hole has been back filled...
  10. T

    Question - Tunnels in and around Brighton ?

    Does anyone know of any accessible tunnels in or around Brighton? Want to experiment on lighting tunnels for a project. I'm aware of the one from Brighton Pavilion to the Dome and various access tunnels to the beach, as well as the disused Kemptown railway tunnel and an of air raid shelter. Any...
  11. T

    Report - Rhydymwyn Military Site

    Rhydymwyn Valley Military Site (Near Mold) After viewing an article online about military tunnels near Mold we decided to take a trip out on a random Sunday. The website is unclear about being open to the piblic however after further research it becomes apparent you can join the society and...
  12. WilsonTheHuman

    Report - Z Rocket, St Margarets Deep Shelter - Dover - June 2018

    This was the second place we hit up on a jaunt to Dover with my exploring buddies @KHurbanX and her partner. I finally made a trip to their neck of the woods and boy was it a treat! The battery at St Margaret's was one of the earliest to be established in the Dover area. Its four 5.5" guns...
  13. WilsonTheHuman

    Report - Deepdene Comms Bunker, May 2018

    I know, this one has taken me an age to post, but in my defence right after this one I got quite sick, moved to a different county and changed jobs all in the space of about 6 weeks! Anyway, enough about my personal life, that's not what you're all here for! Here's the explore. History: When...
  14. G

    Question - 16th century Tunnels underneath Winchester-Hampshire?

    There are some rooms underneath the place I work on the high street in Winchester, we use them for storage but they are clearly very old. They all have very low ceilings and twisting, narrow passages between them. I know they spread under the highstreet as when you're down there you can hear...
  15. J

    Information - London Road Tunnels!

    Hi guys, After A LOT of research me and my friend found a way in to the infamous London Road tunnels (WW2 tunnels backfilled about 79 years ago that housed up to 4,000 people in in the war) They are deep in the cliffs of Portsdown Hill and we were wondering if there are any of you guys out...
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