Sun Sisters Chapel, Italy

It has been a good while since I updated my site, but fear not, my exploring has not stopped and plan on updating a lot over the coming weeks! Since my last update, I have visited many countries visited some amazing places. First up, is a lovely Italian Chapel I … Continue reading

Blue Stove Cottage, Scotland

As part of a summer trip last year with a good friend, the trip was to travel to the far reaches of Scotland to find many unsee residental treasures, and there were lots to be found! Presenting the Blue Stove Cottage, aptly named for the Blue Stove found within. Thanks … Continue reading

Krampnitz Barracks, Germany

Another installment from the Euro Tour with the SOCC group. This time we visited Krampnitz Barracks, lovely weather to start with, then bucketing down with rain and thunder and lighting, properly got soaked! But it was worth it for the main goal the famous Nazi emblem on the ceiling. First … Continue reading

Vanden Plas Manor

This quiet hidden former school building situated in a forest, far from any outside contact had been a target of mine for several weeks.  After 4 visits to check the place out properly, the weekend came to explore this site, access was sorted, but would the alarm go off?  Well … Continue reading

HF6, Belgium

One from the 2013 Euro Tour, this location is one of many superb industrial locations.  The goal of this explore was firstly to get past the rows and rows of razor wire and get to the top of the blast furnace.

Fireclay Mine FKT

This was my second ever mine explore, and it was quite a risky one, it didn’t go too far with lots of collapses going on.     Thanks for looking!

Baryte Mine KAG

The small flooded mine was one of many on the hillside, sadly we only found equipment for one entrance.  Prepared with waders and slowly walking through this cramped mine was my first experience in a properly flooded mine, unfortunately we got wetter out of the mine than we did inside … Continue reading

Pink Farm, Scotland

Chance explore of the lovely little farm in the hills of Aberdeenshire, Scotland.  Some out buildings are used as storage sheds, but there was still plenty old bits and bobs to see around the farm, then of course the Pink Farmhouse!!     Thats enough of the out buildings, there … Continue reading

Cellars Clough, Huddersfield

This former textile mill has sat long abandoned and suffering quite badly now, but retains some great features many early mills had.  Visited back on a snowy day in 2013. Thanks for looking!

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