After seeing this place posted on a few forums it was straight at the top of the list of places to visit. After a few questions and a few leads we had our access and at the soonest opportunity we found ourselves at the site along with the man Uncharted World himself.
Without even realizing this place had shut down in 2012 and with the odd few hazy memories from back in my college days, I woke up to a tip off that this place was now accessible. Gathering every detail I could and messaging the usual local explorers, myself and Tiny Urban Exploration were at the site the very same day.
Long on our list, it was finally time to visit Camelot Theme Park embarking on nearly a 400 mile total drive, two cars and a lot of snow! What an awesome night it turned out to be.
Not many reports on this one and with a few related bunkers nearby we decided to give them a go. However due to the slightly snowy weather conditions outside and a very close mishap with what turned out to be a flooded ditch instead of a layby we only managed to visit this one bunker.
Nestled somewhere between Essex and Hertfordshire is a little known about cold war anti aircraft battery. Unfortunately nothing much remains apart from what I can work out are the concrete control bunkers and the AA platforms themselves arranged in a sort of semi circle formation.
Updated revisit, 10/01/2016. Scroll down!
Interesting explore this “local” one was, I was amazed to find majority of the furniture and appliances still stored inside! Unfortunately our visit was cut short after setting the alarms off one too many times, so not many picture… not that anyone actually arrived, however we thought we had pushed our luck a little too much already.
Having driven past this place for literally as long as I can remember and each time noticed how derelict it was becoming, the opportunity finally arouse to explore along with Tiny Urban Exploration.
Last of three locations on one night, conveniently within walking distance of each other. Once again playing with the new photography toys, this time creating something creative that’s quite likely never seen inside a hospital unit.
Another great explore on what turned out to be a great night with three locations only walking distance apart. It was also great to explore with a new face to the group and an awesome excuse to play with new camera equipment resulting in some of easily my best urbex shots to date.
Decided this would be the night to step up the photography game and with a rather awesome new tripod investment and avoiding the auto mode all night long I got what are possibly the best exploring shots yet. We even decided to do a little light painting with blue LEDs, because we could of course.