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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,[...]

East Fortune Hospital Revisit

Written by  on July 5, 2016

I don’t very often return to places a second time after I’ve explored them. To tell the truth, I’m quite an anxious person, and taking[...]

Abandoned Limestone Mine

Written by  on November 14, 2015

This was my second mine explore, after exploring a small limestone mine last year. But I knew of a much bigger, more interesting mine and had been intending[...]

Hillhead Tunnel

Written by  on August 11, 2015

My first non-Scottish explore (apart from the Manchester underground tour). We ventured just over the border into England for this one, though it was still[...]

Princes Pier Line

Written by  on July 31, 2015

Being Scotland’s biggest city as well as the most industrial, it’s not surprising that Glasgow has more disused railway tunnels running under[...]

Kilknockiebank Farm

Written by  on May 31, 2015

Calling this outing “urban exploration” is really stretching the definition of the term, since the site was in the middle of nowhere and consisted[...]

Dunmore Park House

Written by  on January 31, 2015

I’ve been meaning to write this for ages… it’s nearly two months since we did this explore, but the last few weeks have been unexpectedly[...]

Glasgow Tunnel Adventure Part 3: Kelvingrove Tunnel

Written by  on December 1, 2014

(And St Vincent Crescent Tunnel). In part 2, I followed the route of the disused Glasgow Central Railway on its mostly underground journey from Kelvinbridge[...]