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  1. Ferret

    Cave Rescue - Important Announcement

    Hello everyone I hope you're all keeping well. It should go without saying, but after seeing a couple of people are still venturing underground at the moment, I thought it may be worth mentioning all Cave Rescue Organisations in the UK have asked that we stop exploring underground during the...
  2. Seffy

    Report - Underground cellar/obelisk, High Street, Bristol - Dec 2019

    Underground cellar in central Bristol - the obelisk on High St by Castle Park (opposite former Norwich Union building) First off this is by far NO epic, but I think one of the questions I've ben asked about exploring in Bristol is 'what's down that door by Bristol Bridge' or ' have you been...
  3. 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...
  4. 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...
  5. typeR

    Lead or Rumour info - Unknown underground site, White Edge moor, Derbyshire

    Hi all, apologies for the vague information in advance. Yesterday, I was reading an old thread on a local forum about old nuclear bunkers located around the sheffield area. Someone in the thread mentioned that there are bunkers on the moors heading out (east) of Sheffield into the peak district...
  6. B

    Question - Mines & Quarries in SW England

    Hi everyone, I’ve just recently joined on here and recently visited Browns Folly mine twice in the past week, I’m new to exploring but loved Browns mine, in our group we entered through Muddy Hole and explored for about 4 hours, we managed to find the well and the generator room with the stone...
  7. Mr Sam

    Report - Croesor Slate Mine - North Wales - November '19

    So I've had a comment or so on previous reports of excited waffling nonsense I guess i could blame the mild autism or the fact i only write reports when I've had a few to drink and quite honestly when i view reports i scroll past all the jibber jabber straight to the photographs, I cant claim my...
  8. LashedLlama

    Report - Langdon Hole Communications Bunker & Deep Shelter, Dover - November 2019

    A location that's been somewhat done to death, but hey ho, here's yet ANOTHER report on it, enjoy! After a considerably tiresome day in Dover, myself and @TheFerret decided to make one last pit stop at what was once our favourite photography spot...good old Langdon Hole ;)) So, we made our way...
  9. Mr Sam

    Report - Wrysgan Slate Mine - North Wales - Nov '19

    For a few trips Wrysgan had been our back up mine on the way back to the car from another mine but turned out to be our back up mine following Croesor on the other side of the hill. Also while Wrysgan is one of the closest mines from the parking spot its still a bloody darn good hike!! Defending...
  10. 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
  11. Mr Sam

    Report - Parc Lead Mine - North Wales - July '19

    Weather forecast was advertised as possibly one of the hottest in recorded history so the plan was get underground where it might be a little cooler, Well the first destination was Cae Coch Sulphur Mine the walk/HIKE up a wooded hillside to the adit was absolute hell already 25C climbing in...
  12. optotom

    Urbex Beginner in Bristol looking for some people too roll with!

    Heyo all! I've recently become very interested in the concept of draining/urbexing but none of my buddies are into the idea! (Shock horror right!) The history and research side is really interesting too me. I would love to get some guidance and such from you lot. Thanks so much in advance!
  13. Mr Sam

    Report - Moel Fferna Slate Mine - Llangollen - May '19

    A grand day out and another mine ticked off! every time I'm blown away by the sheer size of the chambers that really have to be seen to be believed or even just to get a scale of how huge they are, the countless man hours put in to extract the slate doesn't bear thinking about. Theres a few nice...
  14. WilsonTheHuman

    Report - A E I Cableworks Deep Shelter - Gravesend, Kent - March 2019

    Been a while since I posted anything, life got busy and I got sick (again) which put exploring on the backburner for a bit. Anyhow a couple of weeks ago I paid another visit to the lovely county of Kent and after a bit of general mooching, off I went to check out another shelter (can you tell...
  15. Mr Sam

    Report - Penarth Slate Mine - Llangollen - Jan '19

    It seemed a great idea at the time... On the drive back from Cwmorthin Slate Mine in north Wales we though instead of sit in Friday evening traffic around Birmingham why don't we kill an hour at Penarth? Well having never been before i had no idea the hike up to the adit was worse than the hike...
  16. CalMain

    Report - Bampton ROC Post, Devon

    In rurual Mid Devon sat in a field, out of sight from the road that runs parrael, is an underground ROC Post. The ROC Post has a green lid to it which is not locked. After uncovering the lid there is a small shaft with a metal ladder decesending into the bunker. The post is not huge in size but...
  17. Cariad1313

    Report - Epsom Deep Shelter

    History There are multiple theories as to why Epsom deep shelter was constructed. A report by Surrey County Council states that the air raid shelter was built in 1941 during The Second World War, costing £26,658 and taking only one year to erect. The shelter made use of its 4.5 acres of land...
  18. Zoggy909

    Report - FARLEIGH DOWN TUNNEL (MONKTON FARLEIGH CAD) WILTSHIRE

    Well its been a while since my last post and thought it high time for another, especially as I feel my photography skills and equipment have improved since the last one! whilst I have been out since I got my head up my arse about bodmin BT radio station and ended up formatting the memory card...
  19. Lets keep going

    Report - Woodland Fort - November 7th,Derriford

    First visit and upload to this website. Decided to go to a fort that hasn't had many posts about it. We managed to look around the outside of the fort, finding many old buildings and rooms of such. However, we did manage to see a corner of the fort that seemed to look unusual, so decided to...
  20. 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...
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