Lyndhurst Park Hotel, New Forest

June 25, 2017 UrbexCamo 7

Originally named, Glasshayes House, the mansion house on the edge of Lyndhurst was built in the early 19th Century as a private home for railway entrepreneur Charles Castleman. Along with Louis Stevenson, its notable historical […]

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 […]

The Bungalow, Hampshire

March 9, 2017 UrbexCamo 0

The Bungalow has been empty for a while, once owned by a lovely elderly couple called Edna and Jim. There used to be a full sized snooker table in the garage and a bar style […]

The Carlton Hotel, Isle of Wight

November 2, 2016 UrbexCamo 0

“After more than 34 years as a family run coaching hotel, The Carlton’s doors have now closed for the last time. But instead of leaving the esplanade hotel to become an empty eyesore, owners CHG […]

Padded Cell and ‘G’ Block

October 23, 2016 UrbexCamo 0

This is the psychiatric ward otherwise known as ‘G’ Block of the Royal Hospital Haslar. ‘G’ Block mainly served as the Psychiatric Block of the hospital following the move of the Asylum from the ground […]

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