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James909

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Hi guys, James from Stockton I'm looking to start exploring and came here for location tips, Nice website!
 

chills

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Hi guys, James from Stockton I'm looking to start exploring and came here for location tips, Nice website!
Welcome to the site!

Have a read of the following link to help you get a feel of the site and how things work:

And have a read of this guide to help you posting a report should you wish to:

There’s tonnes out there, use the search box to your aid and you may even find something in your area!

I look forward to seeing some pictures and reports soon! Just shout if you have any questions!
 

HughieD

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Hi guys, James from Stockton I'm looking to start exploring and came here for location tips, Nice website!
Here you go:

1. Go to Google.com
2. Click top right on "images"
3. In the search box put the words "derelict", "abandoned" and "Place name/area" you are looking in
4. Click "Search"
5. Click on the images you are interested in
6. Do some follow-up research using Google.com and Google Maps

Also, type in "Place name/area" you are looking into in the search box (mini-magnifying glass) in the top right hand corner of this site.
 

westernsultan

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HughieD

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Background music can help concentrate the search. A friend recommends "Path of Least Resistance" by Repomen -that's too modern for me - something by the Searchers is more my era. Other search engines such as Yahoo are also available. Here's a taste of things search engines can provide https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/nostalgia/crypts-dungeons-miles-abandoned-tunnels-17131240 - good luck
Ha ha, excellent choice in terms of music to soundtrack the searching ;)
 

crusader

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@James909 Take the above with a pinch of salt, it's just the emphasis here is doing your own research where possible. Also, finding people to go with is a lot easier after sharing some reports of your findings. Even small things (think ROC bunkers etc) can be a good start alongside using the local press to find references to abandoned, closing down, redevelopment etc.
 

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