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Report - Video from abandoned Limestone Mine, Cupar, Fife, Scotland - Oct 2014

Focus to Infinity

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
#1
Hi guys,

Here is my second urban exploration video report :)
English subtitles are available but my language could be sometimes not good enough so please forgive me any mistakes, I tried my best to make it good.
So please enjoy :)

The sound of water flowing from the interior of the tunnel faded away and the last rays of light are far behind me. I am deep inside abandoned mine. The only companion is a priceless head torch without which surrounding darkness will absorb everything. In places like this light means survive.
I travel hundreds of meters in underground system of tunnels where cold light illuminating abandoned road. I photograph what looks interesting to me meantime soaking up the atmosphere of this unusual environment.

[video=youtube_share;u7AXY-Yp5TI]http://youtu.be/u7AXY-Yp5TI[/video]
 

FaZy_UK

28DL Regular User
Regular User
#2
Nice video. I didn't know about this place before, I'll have to take a look :)

My Polish is pretty good, so I'd be happy to help out with subtitles if needed.

Andy
 

stonemonkey

28DL Regular User
Regular User
#3
great stuff,well done. i like the look of relief on your face when you got back out. wouldnt mind having a look at that.