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  1. Abandonedvoyager

    Report - Paulsgrove WW2 radio bunker Sunday 27th of September 2020

    This is the WW2 radio bunker I went to visit another location but unfortunately was heavily guarded so I decided to take a trip to this astonishing piece of history. Now some of you may think this is boring but the fact you are able to be in somewhere that was once apart of a war that’s not in a...
  2. ASwope

    Report - Report - Paualsgrove Radio Station, July 2020

    Hello guys. First time poster here not a massively interesting one but I was passing through the area so thought it was worth a look. Its taken me ages to get this posted as the whole reason I visited this site was to test out some 35mm film which I didn't get developed for while. The...
  3. Jadeb

    Unknown in Cliffe, Kent

    Hi all, So went exploring in Fort Cliffe today, found the Fort and the air-raid shelters and then came across this in an open field, but I'm not quite sure what it is... Can someone please help me so I can research the history a little more (still learning! L Thank you
  4. Tom Ellis

    Report - Shoreham Cement Works, West Sussex- August 2020

    History The site of the Cement works has been used in limestone and cement production all the way since the 18th century and was the first location in the UK to use Vickers Armsrong Kilns. The earliest recording, I could find, of the quarry's existence was from 1725 where it was only a small...
  5. Imba

    Report - Abandoned US Army Crane Train, Bristol - August 2020

    So I had to throw this one up ASAP as I was bloody thrilled to have found this location! The history for this report is mostly going to focus on the US Army’s logistical efforts in the UK during WW2. I could go into detail regarding the specific location & the local surrounding area due to it...
  6. F

    Report - Littlewoods Air Raid Shelter, Liverpool- July 2020

    The History: This air raid shelter was built before World War Two for the workers of the nearby Littlewoods Pools building. Several entrances were available for the staff. The factory building itself was used for several purposes during the war, including printing National Registration forms...
  7. Herbex

    Report - Operation Pluto Pump Station - Buckinghamshire

    This is one of the pumping stations for Operation Pluto built in 1944 to supply oil and fuel to the UK military across the Channel. I came across this site while out cycling, but only actually found one of the smaller buildings, possibly an office, and a generator room. After having a look on...
  8. U

    New to urban exploring from Plymouth

    Hey can anyone help me with some sites in Devon and Cornwall I have a car I currently live in Plymouth is there any abandoned places what so ever if so pm me I’ve started a YouTube channel and need help finding some places cheers look forward to hearing back from someone
  9. PaulieC85

    Report - WW2 underground flour mill

    Hi guys came across underground WW2 flour mill. Abandoned and is some reasonable state to film
  10. 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...
  11. Tyyurbanberkshire

    Report - Ford car in ww2 pill box 22nd OCTOBER 2019

    When on a bike ride we were in a farmland area of sulham woods,reading,Berkshire looking in and at pillar boxes from WW2. Trying to find an entrance we discovered a manageable hole to get through. Luckily we had our phones and shone a light in the dark room. Noticing there was a stood up wheel...
  12. 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...
  13. Honeybadger

    Report - Spigot Mortar at Brookmans Park

    Just a quick report on the remains of the base of a Spigot Mortar position in Brookmans Park. The Spigot Mortar, also known as the Blacker Bombard, was designed in the 1930's but didn't enter service until 1941 and was to be used in the defensive role in the event of an invasion by Germany...
  14. C

    Report - Long Marsdon Airfield - Avon Park Raceway

    went here not too long ago only to find it's getting trashed worse. so cant see it being so easy to get into soon. i avoided security and the farmers moving hay along the side of the drag strip. they are planning to build houses there but when is another thing
  15. Hvdes

    Report - Ouseburn Culvert, Newcastle - September 2019

    This had been somewhere I had looked at getting into for a few months now and back in the spring of this year me and a few people attempted to enter the old world war 2 bunker through the small opening near the outfall but to our disappointment we found that all of the entrances had been blocked...
  16. 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...
  17. merryprankster

    Report - Red Sands Sea forts - Aug - 2018

    First report in a couple years, still been getting out and about but just been very busy with other life admin for reports, got a day at home on the sick twiddling my thumbs so thought i would write summit up about our trip to red sands last year. Did the trip with bigjobs, paradox, riddlers...
  18. 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...
  19. Kerimichelle92

    Report - Ww2 barracks

    This place is border line Attenborough/Old Buckenham. Old ww2 barracks believe it was linked to the Buckenham air field. My friend has transformed 2 of these into people's home. And he is now currently living there. Some people using them just for storage purpose.
  20. A.K.exploring

    General - WW2 air raid shelters Hertfordshire

    Explored on the 18/11/18, loads of tunnels I didn't go down so will be going back, Best to read up on that here :- The Grove Story - Project X The main air raid shelters built there in 1939 still remain, despite other bunkers and surface buildings disappearing in the 90's when the site was...
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