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Dreadnought Storm Drain, Bristol

April 11, 2017 UrbanX 1

The Malago Road (Dreadnought storm drain, bristol) area in Bedminster bristol was prone to minor flooding up until the late sixties, then shortly after the building of a new housing estate nearby in 1968 during […]

Box Freestone Mine, Wiltshire

April 11, 2017 UrbanX 0

Box freestone mine, Wiltshire is not one quarry, it is a series of several quarries that eventually all joined up. Some of the area’s inside Box are still known by their original names. Cliftworks, Spring, […]

Bristol Rooftops

April 11, 2017 UrbanX 1

So we decided to check out some Bristol rooftops over a weekend recently. Bristol is such a vibrant city with lots to see. This was taken from a church roof over looking from two different […]

Molson Coors Brewery, Alton

August 30, 2016 UrbanX 2

The Molson Coors Brewing Company is a North American brewing company, formed in 2005 by the merger of Molson of Canada, and Coors of the United States. It is the world’s seventh largest brewer by volume. There […]

Abandoned Warehouse, Totton

August 22, 2016 UrbanX 4

So we actually came across this abandoned warehouse in totton by mistake. I was taking my car to the garage one day and happened to notice this place. So finally i actually got round to going […]

St Peters Hall, Bournemouth

July 29, 2016 UrbanX 3

“So after spending some time in bournemouth one evening on a different adventure we came across st peters hall by mistake. As we looked for access which was pretty easy given its current state we […]

Bushfield Training Camp, Winchester

July 5, 2016 UrbanX 0

“Firing Range at Bushfield Camp Looking into the open ends of two adjacent U-shaped brick walls having pits in front of them. Someone who trained as a National Serviceman at Bushfield Camp between 1951 and […]

Fort Gilkicker, Gosport

September 22, 2015 UrbanX 0

The Fort Gilkicker, a Grade II* Listed Building and Scheduled Ancient Monument, is a unique piece of Victorian engineering and of immense importance to the history of coastal defence in the United Kingdom. Fort Gilkicker […]

Abandoned Crane, Bournemouth

September 10, 2015 UrbanX 0

Well i came access this crane one day whilst traveling on the outskirts of Bournemouth. It was located on a farm and i thought it was pretty cool. Unsure of the year, make or model. […]

Portsdown Hill Fuel Depot, Portsmouth

September 8, 2015 UrbanX 6

“Portsdown hill fuel depot were built during the late 1930s as bombproof Naval Oil Reservoirs. I believe that three of this type were built in UK.  During the  1990s the extensive undergrowth was cleared away, […]

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