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Ojay

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#3
also have a read of the FAQ's here is a typical research list:

  • Architects websites
  • Architectural news websites
  • Arrse (Army rumours forum)
  • basejumper . Com (a nice 2 way relationship – we both feed each other info at times)
  • Bing maps
  • Building company websites
  • Buildings at risk register
  • Charities Commission
  • Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat)
  • Companies house
  • Crown Estates
  • Demolition company websites
  • Derp /Subbrit /flickr/ photobucket/deviant art (etc. etc. )
  • e-goat (RAF rumours forum)
  • Ebay - maps, plans, deeds, historical paperwork, post cards, etc.
  • English Heritage (and it's Scottish/Welsh equivalents)
  • English Nature
  • Estate agents
  • Facebook
  • Freedom of Information act requests
  • geograph (org .uk)
  • Good old leg work/looking around
  • Google
  • Google earth
  • Graffiti forums (I'll not list them, but a few out there)
  • Keeping your ears open (found a cracking explore from an overheard conversation in a hospital lift once)
  • Keeping your eyes open
  • Letterboxing websites/forums
  • Local archaeological societies
  • Local authority planning applications
  • Local Fire service websites (where have the local chavs been trying to torch?)
  • Local historical societies
  • Local knowledge (ask around)
  • Local library
  • Local museum
  • Local papers
  • Local Police website (where have they been to catch pikeys?)
  • Local TV news
  • National library
  • National Trust
  • navy-net (Navy rumours forum)
  • Ordinance survey maps (new)
  • Ordinance survey maps (old)
  • Photo library collections (Frith etc.)
  • police999 . com
  • policeoracle . com
  • The National archives
  • ukpoliceonline .co . uk
  • What do they know? website
  • Where' s the path? website
  • Youtube

That's the sort of thing people here regularly do

Remember - it's urban exploration, not urban tourism......
 

Sirus

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
#4
also have a read of the FAQ's here is a typical research list:

  • Architects websites
  • Architectural news websites
  • Arrse (Army rumours forum)
  • basejumper . Com (a nice 2 way relationship – we both feed each other info at times)
  • Bing maps
  • Building company websites
  • Buildings at risk register
  • Charities Commission
  • Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat)
  • Companies house
  • Crown Estates
  • Demolition company websites
  • Derp /Subbrit /flickr/ photobucket/deviant art (etc. etc. )
  • e-goat (RAF rumours forum)
  • Ebay - maps, plans, deeds, historical paperwork, post cards, etc.
  • English Heritage (and it's Scottish/Welsh equivalents)
  • English Nature
  • Estate agents
  • Facebook
  • Freedom of Information act requests
  • geograph (org .uk)
  • Good old leg work/looking around
  • Google
  • Google earth
  • Graffiti forums (I'll not list them, but a few out there)
  • Keeping your ears open (found a cracking explore from an overheard conversation in a hospital lift once)
  • Keeping your eyes open
  • Letterboxing websites/forums
  • Local archaeological societies
  • Local authority planning applications
  • Local Fire service websites (where have the local chavs been trying to torch?)
  • Local historical societies
  • Local knowledge (ask around)
  • Local library
  • Local museum
  • Local papers
  • Local Police website (where have they been to catch pikeys?)
  • Local TV news
  • National library
  • National Trust
  • navy-net (Navy rumours forum)
  • Ordinance survey maps (new)
  • Ordinance survey maps (old)
  • Photo library collections (Frith etc.)
  • police999 . com
  • policeoracle . com
  • The National archives
  • ukpoliceonline .co . uk
  • What do they know? website
  • Where' s the path? website
  • Youtube

That's the sort of thing people here regularly do

Remember - it's urban exploration, not urban tourism......
Cheers,I'll have a look
 

Styru

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Staff member
Admin
#7
Just spoken to my mate Paul, and if you like underground stuff then apparently there are 4,000 holes in Blackburn Lancashire :thumb
 

Sirus

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
#9
Just spoken to my mate Paul, and if you like underground stuff then apparently there are 4,000 holes in Blackburn Lancashire :thumb
cheers for the reply.Yeah,i heard its full tunnels etc round Bburn,accrington.Some of them run all the way up near the Lake District but their not my cuppa,don't know what it is but I've a fear of them flooding or collapsing :thumb