Subterranea Editorial April 2012 Issue 29

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Got Epic?
Staff member
Nov 15, 2005
Suffolk / Birmingham
Yeh, a bit rich coming from them, they know there's as many among their ranks that 'break in' and 'steal'.

Sub-Brit members are all 'Urban Explorers' at the end of the day. Martin is as much an Urban Explorer as the guy who de-railed the mail rail train! If your going to write an article about it then stick the blaming the people who were actually involved.

Oxygen Thief

Staff member
Oct 17, 2005
And about the Victoria Arches, are you serious that it took at least 5 years to get in there? I suppose you had to wait until there was wheelchair access. And you say the signs have gone? I'm not surprised and to be honest it's a good thing - at least they will survive, unlike the rest of the place which will be destroyed.

How do you know that they aren't in the capable hands of a local(ish) museum, who had permission to remove them? You should get your facts right before blaming others. Talking of which, you're the lowest form of goon by classing the pikey that got electrocuted at Bodmin as an 'urban explorer'. It's a well documented case, and I thought even with your massive blinkers on you would have seen the difference. As for the stuff that happened in London, again, you really do need to do some research, rather than use your Daily Fail mentatility to make a judgement.

Anyway, I'm looking forward to reading the next Subterannea magazine to rinse it for locations.

pantomime horse

Nay Nay and thrice Nay
28DL Full Member
Oct 13, 2011
Old Kilpatrick
@ OT

nearly spilt my coffee there.
chortle chortle. guffaw guffaw
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