It’s just as well that last Sunday I managed to get in a full day of Urbex visiting no less than 10 places.
Now we are essentially locked-down I have some content and memories to write about at least.
I visited Wapping Road School around a year ago with both @mender1 and @goblinknackers in tow. Th
Given the photograph you see, one could believe the building has been lost in time and not seen for 50 years.
I would think the same too but nothing could be further from the truth.
Clifton Fever Hospital opened on the 20th June 1892 as an Isolation Hospital built to accommodate those who fell ill
Is this my last post on the STEEM block-chain?
Who knows what’s going to happen in the next 48 hours. There are rumours that the United Kingdom will be put on lockdown from Thursday evening.
...'The Ruins of Lindisfarne Monastery'...
It’s just as well that I have planned a solo Urbex session tomo
I read via a report that The Boars Head had been torched after being empty for some time. Torched properties are not the most exciting visits but as we were in the area I thought I would go have a look.
There’s currently some wrangling going on with the landowners who want almost a million quid for
…’I wrote the below yesterday when I was fuming. I’m not anymore but I still disagree with some of the opinions of the overall NON-STEEM Urbex community’…
I have a headache right now, and that’s due to stupidity. You see I posted something on the premier UK Urbex site, www.28dayslater.co.uk and was
The second part of Barkerend Mills is a sad one. We entered and photographed this ‘other mill’ before the one described as Part One so essentially I wrote these the wrong way around.
The cover picture, for instance, was taken from a high vantage point in the 'Part One' mill.
It came out rather well
Barkerend Mills is a two-part story. We visited this location in December 2019 (myself and @goblinknackers).
While casually driving around the broken down war-torn city of Bradford, West Yorkshire, we could not help notice this forlorn-looking mill full of broken windows from some distance.
I wanted to go back to Holy Island as I hadn’t seen it since I was 14 and on a school trip. That’s a long time ago, I mean yeah really!
My memories of it were squawking birds attacking my head; they don't much like humans on this bird sanctuary and I had to frantically wave my arms around to save m
It can be worth going back to see if anything has changed, especially when you didn’t get in the first time.
When doing Urban Exploration this motto holds true.
Time and time again I have revisited blocked and boarded up locations, only to find the demolition dudes have visited and opened up a nice
My 'Fails' pile is being whittled down and after these, I'm down to all 'Tales' again. That's good as I like to tell the 'Fails' as well as the 'Tales'.
‘Fails’ can easily become ’Tales’ after a revisit. Alight, enough about all that, as you’re probably thinking I’m a little mad by now.
I had to laugh at the name given to what was previously a Sunday school building by a YouTube dude whom I gained the information about this location from.
Do kids really want to go to more school on Sundays? I hated the idea of it when I was young and fiercely rebelled at being pushed to go.
The building, the church, the ‘thing’ in the middle of nowhere; what can I call this one?
I spotted this, whatever you want to call it while driving through the central areas of Lanzarote in early January 2020.
There were a few domestic houses close by but were blindsided to my parking location. It