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[...]

Glasgow Tunnel Adventure Part 2: Botanic Gardens Station

Written by  on November 5, 2014

Update: I’ve now created an online 3D model of the station so you can “explore” it from the comfort of your browser. Click here to see[...]

Glasgow Tunnel Adventure Part 1: Kelvinside Station and the Balgray Tunnel

Written by  on November 4, 2014

(Chronologically, this was actually the second part of the day, but it’s also by far the less interesting part, so I’m going to write about[...]

Abandoned Limestone Mine, Fife

Written by  on August 29, 2014

For this explore, I ventured into a disused mine for the first time – specifically, a limestone mine. In fact, there were several features of interest[...]

Edinburgh’s Disused Tunnels: Scotland Street, Rodney Street and Trinity

Written by  on July 18, 2014

With the South Bridge Vaults and Mary King’s Close (as well as a few oddities like Gilmerton Cove), Edinburgh has become quite famous for its historic[...]

West Lothian: abandoned offices and derelict brickworks, July 2014

Written by  on July 1, 2014

For our first “proper” explore in several months (life has been getting in the way lately), my faithful exploring buddy and I had our sights[...]

St. Peter’s Seminary, February 2014

Written by  on February 2, 2014

“The best modern building in Scotland”, “Where modernism crawled up a hill to die”, or “It looks like a multistorey car park[...]