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Leisure

Tenterden Train Graveyard

I had an urge to get something I haven’t done ticked off the list and this time was an abandoned train. Through all the years of exploring, this is the first train explore for me.

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Military

Grain Tower Battery

Exploring out to sea, sort of, a first for myself and with only a weeks planning the best tide times to head out to Grain Tower Battery myself and CapturePhotography  found ourselfs at the battery.

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Industrial

Selborne Brickworks

Random road trips to the middle of nowhere because we can, always results in urbex! This time the industrial goodness that is Selborne Brickworks.

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Military

North Weald Decoy KQ

Staying local for a change to tick off those I never got round to visiting leading us to the North Weald Decoy KQ site for a nice relaxed explore.

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Military

North Weald Mobilisation Centre

Being in the localish area was a great opportunity to revisit this place with Capture Photography, six years after my previous visit back in 2014.

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Military

Bletchley Park, Block D

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.

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Leisure

The Folly Inn

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.

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Industrial

Pyestock Anechoic Facility

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.

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Rural

Graffiti Academy

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.

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Industrial

Stewartby Brickworks

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.