Transport

Glasgow Tunnel Adventure Part 4: Provan Gasworks

Written by  on June 7, 2022

(You have no idea how long I’ve wanted to write “Glasgow Tunnel Adventure Part 4” in a post title! It’s taken me a while to tick[...]

Bawhirley Tunnel no. 1

Written by  on October 25, 2021

I’ve previously explored part of old the Princes Pier railway line in Greenock, including several tunnels. In this post I explore another part of[...]

Alloa Tunnel

Written by  on May 24, 2021

Abandoned railway tunnels are probably my favourite places to explore, but I don’t often get to do one these days. Most of the tunnels in Scotland[...]

Leith Walk Railway Bridge

Written by  on September 26, 2019

Something a bit different today – although I’ve explored a lot of disused railway tunnels and spent time underneath city streets, I’d[...]

Abandoned Railway Station and Meteorological Station

Written by  on September 25, 2019

I was determined that I was going to go out and do some proper exploring again, after almost a year of not really doing any*. So I did some planning and[...]

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[...]

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[...]

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[...]