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Mill lade tunnel

Written by  on September 11, 2018

I hadn’t been planning on an explore at the weekend, but when my wife suggested we visit a certain town I remembered I’d always meant to look[...]

Disused Tunnels at Euston

Written by  on December 21, 2017

I signed off my Down Street Tube Station blog last December with the words “Already looking forward to my next Hidden London tour, whenever that[...]

Botanic Gardens Station Revisit

Written by  on December 5, 2017

I never expected to be back in Botanic Gardens Station again after my first visit – access was difficult and nerve wracking enough that risking it[...]

Abandoned Lighthouse

Written by  on November 5, 2017

I am still alive, honest! I just haven’t been exploring much for various reasons, but I’ve finally been somewhere new. This lighthouse is[...]

Down Street Tube Station

Written by  on December 8, 2016

I’ve wanted to explore a disused tube station ever since I got interested in urbex and railways, but for a while I didn’t think I’d ever[...]

Glasgow Central Station Tour

Written by  on September 25, 2016

The abandoned portion of the Glasgow Central Railway through the west end was probably my favourite explore so far. But although the section of that line[...]

One that got away: Bernat Klein’s Studio

Written by  on September 17, 2016

We first visited Bernat Klein’s Studio almost three years ago, in between exploring various textile mill buildings in the nearby towns. At the time[...]

Gesundbrunnen Bunker Tour, Berlin

Written by  on September 6, 2016

This post is different from normal in a couple of ways… firstly, this was an organised tour. To some people that’s not “real” urban[...]

Abandoned Abattoir

Written by  on July 13, 2016

I’ve known about this place for a while, but I have to admit, as the sort of hypocrite who likes eating meat but would rather not think about where[...]

Yester Castle (with bonus copper mine)

Written by  on July 13, 2016

It’s not often you get to explore somewhere that’s rumoured to be around 800 years old. I’ve been intending to visit Yester Castle,[...]