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  1. Edlington to Conisborough Tunnel 14/08/17

    haha i hate thongs and spiders...... im out lol
  2. Edlington to Conisborough Tunnel 14/08/17

    I don't know anything about this tunnel but i do know that it's scary. Enjoy the video guys
  3. Mill Lane W.M.C South Kirkby 14/08/17

    So we head out to check this abandoned club out and wasn't expecting it to be so trashed. Previous explores from people show the club in mint condition 5 month ago. Anyway guys i hope you enjoy
  4. Exploring Abandoned Ivy Farm Manor | CARS FOUND

    Cheers guys, It's a shame to see a building like that left to fall to bits. i assume someones stolen the other cars
  5. Exploring Abandoned Ivy Farm Manor | CARS FOUND

    Hey guys, It's a shame this place has had vandals and thieves but we still enjoyed the explore
  6. Exploring Abandoned RAF Church Fenton 31/07/17

    judderman62 you are in the video section
  7. Exploring Abandoned House HULL 17/07/17

    Thank's guys, Yeah its sad i don't think it will be up much longer
  8. Here is part 2 boys and girls. If you didn't see part 1 here's the link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FqJEg...Firbeck Hall was built in 1594 by William West, who made a fortune practising law and serving as an associate to Gilbert Talbot, 7th Earl of Shrewsbury from 1580 to 1594. West was the author of a legal textbook called “Symbolaeographia.”In 1935, a Sheffield stockbroker, Cyril Nicholson, opened the hall as a country club, investing £80,000 in its renovation. The interior was dramatically modernised and featured a mirror-walled ballroom and an elaborate and versatile state-of-the art lighting system. There was also a heated outdoor swimming pool. Membership fees ranged from three to seven guineas, and the club was patronised by the likes of Amy Johnson and the then Prince of Wales. Such was the reputation of the club, that the BBC transmitted its weekly Saturday show “Late Night Dance Music” with Henry Hall, Carroll Gibbons and Charlie Kunz from Firbeck.At the outbreak of the Second World War, the hall was used by Sheffield Royal Infirmary and the Royal Air Force, with the adjacent aerodrome becoming RAF Firbeck. After the War, the building was bought by the Miners Welfare Commission for use as a rehabilitation centre for injured miners. This centre closed in 1984, and the building is currently privately owned.The hall is reputedly haunted by a Green Lady; believed to be the daughter of a former owner who drowned herself in the hall’s lake when her Roundhead lover was killed.
  9. Exploring Abandoned RAF Church Fenton 31/07/17

    Thanks guys, i'm going for a part 2 tomorrow night fingers crossed, and yeah i agree videos can make you feel like your on a ship lol
  10. Exploring Abandoned RAF Church Fenton 31/07/17

    Opened in 1937,[1] it saw the peak of its activity during the years of the Second World War, when it served within the defence network of fighter bases of the RAF providing protection for the Leeds, Bradford, Sheffield and Humberside industrial regions.During September 1940 it became home to the first RAF "Eagle squadron" of American volunteers being No. 71 Squadron RAF initially with the Brewster Buffalo I for one month before changing to the Hawker Hurricane I. The airfield was also home to both the first all-Canadian and all-Polish squadrons, with No. 242 Squadron RAF for the Canadians and No. 306 Squadron RAF for the Polish.[2]As technologies evolved, the first night fighter Operational Training Unit (No. 54 OTU) was formed at Church Fenton in 1940 and stayed until 1942.[3] Some of the squadrons stationed there flew the famous de Havilland Mosquito.Correction: Church Fenton not Fenton Church Enjoy
  11. Exploring Abandoned Peat Factory GOOLE 07/07/17

    Thanks guys not a great deal left of it bet well worth a look
  12. I'm gutted we couldn't access the full building due to it falling to bits but we did cover a fair bit of the building and what a creepy place it was. Firbeck Hall was built in 1594 by William West, who made a fortune practising law and serving as an associate to Gilbert Talbot, 7th Earl of Shrewsbury from 1580 to 1594. West was the author of a legal textbook called “Symbolaeographia.” In 1935, a Sheffield stockbroker, Cyril Nicholson, opened the hall as a country club, investing £80,000 in its renovation. The interior was dramatically modernised and featured a mirror-walled ballroom and an elaborate and versatile state-of-the art lighting system. There was also a heated outdoor swimming pool. Membership fees ranged from three to seven guineas, and the club was patronised by the likes of Amy Johnson and the then Prince of Wales. Such was the reputation of the club, that the BBC transmitted its weekly Saturday show “Late Night Dance Music” with Henry Hall, Carroll Gibbons and Charlie Kunz from Firbeck. At the outbreak of the Second World War, the hall was used by Sheffield Royal Infirmary and the Royal Air Force, with the adjacent aerodrome becoming RAF Firbeck. After the War, the building was bought by the Miners Welfare Commission for use as a rehabilitation centre for injured miners. This centre closed in 1984, and the building is currently privately owned. The hall is reputedly haunted by a Green Lady; believed to be the daughter of a former owner who drowned herself in the hall’s lake when her Roundhead lover was killed.
  13. Exploring Abandoned Ship Repair / insurance Building HULL 17/07/17

    cheers guy's, it's certainly seen better days. drone cost me a bit but its great fun
  14. Exploring Abandoned Peat Factory GOOLE 07/07/17

    There wasn't a great deal there but well worth the small drive to get a video of this place. All i know it was closed down in the year 2000. Hope you enjoy the explore.
  15. This is most likely to be the last explore on the docks, This once upon a time was a ship repair company and way before this some insurance company. I don't know a great deal on this building but it looks like it only ever served as offices. Anyway hope you enjoy the explore
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