Nic was a great help to a newbie like me years ago and his explores an inspiration. Without him the heritage of many buildings and industries will, I'm sure, have been lost without documenting.
I'm sorry for your loss, with best wishes to you and the family.
Yorrick was a real mainstay of the forum and a really useful, knowledgeable man to have around. More than that though, I'm certain everyone will agree, he was just such a great bloke! A genuine, honest, affable man who was naturally very friendly and helpful.
He was very supportive, complimentary and kind to me personally, although I only met him a couple of times in person.
His Fixing the Clock report is the only report I ever nominated for inclusion in Noteworthy Reports. Go give it a read, proper stuff.
So so sorry to read this, Yorrick was a very helpful & kind man. Made me guess his id, on fb. I`m shocked tbh. My deepest condolences to his family, & my thoughts go out to them, he will be badly missed by this community too.
I didnt get a new post notification for this thread & even though its a week old now, Im glad to read all the comments & a fund has been raised. R.I.P Yorrick, one of a kind.
Sorry for the late reply but only reading this now.
I never met Yorrick but talked to him here on the forum and PM on plenty on occasions (lighting and underground usually !!) and he always came across as a genuine and very decent person so was shocked when I saw this thread.
Threads welcoming new members to the forum and the merits of Huawei phones underground for photos just won't seem the same again.
Going through some old pics on my PC the other night and came across some crappy derp in Leicester that I explored with Yorrick.
Crappy derp or not, he took the time to accompany me on the wander when few else showed interest and for that I remain greatful.