Three locations in one day and still time to head home for an Easter dinner. Onto the old Regal/Odeon cinema to see what myself and onethirtytwo_ could find.
Visiting this site once before but with a lack of camera equipment, the opportunity arrose to visit again on the off chance so took the camera along with me.
Back in the game after a bit of a break from the urbex world and teaming up with the original urbex buddies for the first time in nearly a year! So was a great laugh as always, as well as a semi good explore.
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.
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.
Without knowing what this place was or even the name of it, we decided to explore this place on the same day as another location very close by. Although totally stripped out inside, what an explore it turned out to be!
With a very cold -3c start, we were off to the Vagrant Cells in Melton Mowbray. Not really knowing what we were looking for, we immediately discovered the main building was abandoned and looked nothing like the pictures we had come across online of the cells.
Certainly at the top of the list of splores this, without a doubt worth the trip! All be it only 20 mins away, for some of us anyway 😛
The day started early and after some very useful hints from a fellow explorer we walked straight into the hospital with no trouble at all, best of all the automatic doors were still working! A slightly odd experience in an abandoned hospital for the doors to literally welcome to through, but with the power still in throughout the hospital made for some amazing shots and a lot of laughs.
Bit of a backup plan this one after another location didn’t get off the ground. Not much left to see now, however a great little explore none-the-less… The site is pretty much just a shell now with the majority of the site demolished, leaving only part of the main building standing. Had the camera with me at this one but decided not to use it, plus an awesome test for my new phone haha! Here’s the usual bit of history pinched off the interwebs…
It’s certainly been a while since we had an explore on this scale and what an explore it was! After an early start, a McDonalds breakfast and quick fuel stop we arrived at Selly Oak Hospital to spend the next two hours looking for an access point.