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  1. L

    Pretty new and needing help

    I am from Lancashire and looking for great places. I also need some specific info on a site nr Sheffield. Start with sheffield. There is a specific piece of grafitti I would like to see. Its a back view of a bottomy lady in fishnets. If you have seen it you will know the piece. I have visited...
  2. Willblaq

    If anybody wants to go explore in Birkenhead area or watever

    Heya as the government has cut off my tattoo shop from working I’m slowly losing my head being stuck indoors. If anybody wants to go exploring I’ve a new camera that I’m dying to use. I’m around Birkenhead area I hope your all keeping safe etc...
  3. theurbexcouple

    Report - Abandoned Warehouse, Cranford, Feb 2021

    Explore: Myself(Holly) and John went and explored this abandoned warehouse/quarry that we fount while researching on Google Maps today, so we decided to go and take a look and it was infact local to us, which was even more better. When we got there, it was trashed and graffitied really badly by...
  4. theurbexcouple

    Report - Feltham Cavalry Tunnel, London, Jan 2021

    Explore: Myself(John) and Holly have known about this tunnel for a while as its in our local area of where we live, in a park close to us. We have visited here before, not for urbex purpose, but just to see what the tunnel was all about really and to be fair it holds a strange but weirdly cool...
  5. theurbexcouple

    Report - Seven Pines Mansion, Virginia Waters, Aug 2020 & Jan 2021

    Explore: Me and Holly explored Seven Pines in August of 2020 and just before lockdown approached this month of January 2021 so before anyone comes down on me and my fiance for exploring during pandemic, as we didnt :D. When we went in August, it was awesome as we managed to get inside but...
  6. theurbexcouple

    Report - Garden center and house, London, Jan 2021

    Explore: Holly and myself (John) stayed local to our area and explored this local abandoned garden center with a possible caretakers house on site to keep an eye on the property, when the house and center itself was in use. We have explored this before as it is situated in our local park, which...
  7. theurbexcouple

    Report - Northdene House(Revisit), London, Jan 2021

    Explore: We explored Northdene a while ago as we put it on our 1st post for our visit there on here but decided to go back not long ago to grab some more decent pics with our new DSLR camera we brought and the pictures speak for itself how better the quality is, cant say no more on that :D Our...
  8. theurbexcouple

    Report - Westbury House, West Meon, Jan 2021

    Explore: Last night, me and John went to Westbury House with some new friends we made who are also fellow explorers, thank you to them for showing us and exploring this place with us. Westbury was amazing to explore as it was night time which made it more spooky and eerie. The place kept on...
  9. theurbexcouple

    Report - Northdene House, London, Jan 8th 2021

    Explore: Hey guys Holly and John here, hope you all enjoyed your Xmas and New Years celebrations. Me and my fiancé John found this amazing property late last night. So, of course we had to have a nose around and see what the property entailed. When we got inside it was very eerie for sure, what...
  10. forgottentourists

    General - 103 Colmore Row - Rooftop, 2015.

    Colmore Row Rooftop, 2015 Birmingham’s highest office building. 103 Colmore Row, formerly known as National Westminster House, was a building on Colmore Row, Birmingham, England. The original building was designed by John Madin and was completed in October 1975 as offices and a banking hall for...
  11. forgottentourists

    Report - Derbyshire Royal Infirmary, Derby - April 2014

    A visit we made to Derbyshires Royal Infirmary a while back in mid 2014, we was escorted off by security after a good few hours inside. The Derbyshire Royal Infirmary was a hospital in Derby that was managed by the Derby Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Following the transfer of...
  12. forgottentourists

    General - Waterstones, Birmingham. 2014

    Waterstones, Birmingham. In 2014 we gained access to the roof of Waterstones in Birmingham city centre. Art-Deco architecture became popular in the design of cinemas, however, it was not so widespread in other buildings and its use was very limited in Birmingham. In 1933, the new Kent Street...
  13. LashedLlama

    Report - Belsize Park Deep Level Shelter, London - December 2020

    History: Belsize Park Deep Level Shelter, was constructed by the government during the second world war, as a means of shelter for the public during the blitz. The shelter was built directly behind Belsize Tube Station, hence the style of its tunnels. Inside, there are two parallel tunnels, both...
  14. _Tylermarkjones

    Report - First spot, Factory North Wales

    Hello everyone, first time posting after many years of lurking with no account! Finally got round to visiting this site in north Wales, didn’t stay too long as I forgot to bring a torch an it was getting dark. Anyone have any ideas of what it use to be? Looking forward to being apart of this...
  15. Skedi

    Report - Nuclear Bunker: Region 6 War Room, Reading, Dec 2020

    First report so hopefully I get it right. I've been urbexing with a few friends in the Hertfordshire area since the start of summer, so I've got plenty of sites I need to post about. I was so excited to visit the Region 6 War Room that this had to be my first. Also recently purchased my first...
  16. LashedLlama

    Report - Portsdown Naval Fuel Bunker, Hampshire - September 2020

    History: The Portsdown Underground Fuel Bunker, in Hampshire, was built during the late 1930s by Sir Robert McAlpine's construction company, as a bombproof oil reservoir to serve the Royal Navy fleet at the base in Portsmouth. This underground storage facility played a vital role in Britain's...
  17. urbex-travel

    Report - An Abandoned Chateau with A Piano, Poland, July 2020

    In the centre of Poland, near the capital city of Polish industry is a small village called Bratoszewice. We visited this place last summer and we found a landmark in a Polish urbex map - an abandoned chateau with a piano. The palace was a summer residence of the Rzewuski family. Unfortunately...
  18. 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...
  19. B

    Clifton Park House

    owned by the Elliot family from 1845, following the death of Robert Pringle Clifton and the succession of his cousin, Robert Kerr Elliot of Harwood. House blueprints: https://scotlandsplaces.gov.uk/record/hes/136628/clifton-park/rcahms?inline=true Coordinates: Latitude: 55.5342 / 55°32'3"N...
  20. 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...
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