A revisit and the third time lucky, this time without running out of battery or loosing daylight, in fact it couldn’t have been better weather for it.
Seeing a recent report on this place and searching for something to do during the corona times, this seemed an ideal place to isolate away from the world and enjoy the urbex world.
Missing the boat with the rest of the Pyestock site, the Anechoic Facility has been high on the list of places to see for quite some time and despite missing the boat, it was not a disappointment.
Making unplanned last min urbex trips with Capture Photography is becoming a regular thing. This time heading out to the most graffiti covered place I have ever seen.
After some time sharing locations between a fellow explorer, I decided to share my holy grail of urbex maps which in turn lead us to organising a day trip to none other than Stewartby Brickworks.
Sometimes it pays off to flick through google maps looking for unusual, out of place buildings. This time getting lucky with a local spot that’s gone un noticed for years.
In search of something different to the normal and being nearby another explore, Old Warden Railway Tunnel seemed the ideal place to stop.
Having had my eye on GPSS Sawtry for well over a year and the opportunity arising, we made our way through a cold, wet and rainy October morning after an obligatory McDonalds breakfast.
There’s a first time for everything and this comes in the form of a permission visit to the disused Jubilee line platforms at Charing Cross with Hidden London.
Having known about this place for quite a few years and taking me an embarrassingly long time to find, despite the obvious name, I finally found myself at All Saints Church.