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February 4, 2020
Rural Urbex: The Dye House.
Evidence suggest that the Dye House was constructed somewhere between 1775 and 1827 by which time documents record that a silk mill had been constructed downstream of the corn mill. Moreover, it is re
Wednesday walk: Going underground
I couldn’t see something like this existing in a lot of british cities, too many vandals who care nothing for the heritage and the beauty, of these places; or am I being cynical? All snaps by me. Narr
Yuri Gagarin; the coolest cosmonaut ever. CCC’S Street Art Competition #38
Taking a break from climbing through windows in Kaliningrad, I was actually trying to find a chemist that understood what a “blister plaster” was. I had foolishly been wearing some new trainers, and t
Rural Urbex; one shoe too many
The number of times I have travelled this road, and completely missed this little beauty, though in fairness it is a road well used by the NWP, and their speed camera van as a cash cow, and as I tend
Religious Urbex. St Oswalds and the convent of mercy. Big fail , ho hum.
Well I was hoping this was going to be a BOGOF deal, with a “plus one”. You know, when you are Billy no mates and get an invitation to a wedding with the words “plus one” at the end, Does he even have
Warsaw. Away from the tourists CCC’s Street Art Contest #37
So I had a few hours spare in Warsaw back in the day before the great reset. So, methinks, do I go and gawp at a pristine, rebuilt city or do I go slobber over some really good stuff. What do you thin
Rural Urbex; Wales the home of time capsules
I’m not being biased when I say that. Let me know. Sit back, kick off your shoes, pour yourself a cold one. I took over 150 snaps in this place,I have whittled them down. There are still fucking loads
Burnt out and left, toilets from stuff from the care home.
The home had been empty a number of years due to a fire, this bathroom was the only decent one I could find on my rounds. Even the bum fodder looks decent and useable But that was it really now for th
Christiania, Copenhagen. CCC’s Street art contest #35
I first visited Christiania 30 years ago, I didn’t stay too long as it was quite lawless, a squat formed in the 1970’s and a centre for drugs and assorted miscreants. One life live it. I was again in
Rural Urbex: halfway up a mountain
This was so much more civilised, able to pull off the country lane, less than a 50 yd stroll. Be still my beating heart. This place is currently on the tour bus route, visited by many. As yet undamage