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    Report - Ammunition Depot

    We found this old abandoned ammunition depot in Brasside, Durham, Near Frankland prison. It was a ministry of supply ammunition depot for new ammunition and bulk explosives for the Royal Ordnance Factories during World War ll. It was pretty cool, lots to explore! There was a lot of old farming...
  2. RobbRae

    Report - RAF Nocton Hospital, Lincolnshire - Jan 2020

    So this was my third time Urban Exploring, and it was a great site to visit. I think this place has been done to death on here however, so sorry for repeating anything said previously. During our visit we were spotted by two people. The first was a man, who said hello before we even attempted...
  3. CraigDryCider18

    General - Long Marston Airfield 27/11/19

    27th November 2019 I went with my brother and a friend to Long Marston Airfield near Stratford Upon Avon, a RAF base that was in use between 1941 and 1954. A great explore since it has been my first one in a while. Easy to get in to at the entrance there was a metal fence we walked around then a...
  4. rhiannx90

    Report - Healey Dell - Rochdale. 21-08-2019

    Healey Dell Nature Reserve- Rochdale In a hidden valley near Rochdale is a forgotten site from World War Two - a Munitions Works at Healey Dell where bombs and shells were filled. It opened in 1941 and closed two years later. In that time it produced around 130 million 20lb bombs and 25lb...
  5. 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...
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