A place for my photographs to live, along with other random things.

I like to explore and take photographs, whether it be disused buildings or just something random that I happen to like the look of." itemprop="description"/>

Yarnfield Park - December 2011

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It's basically a typical student accommodation building, each block has three floors which each have 6 bedrooms, a shared bath, shower and wc. Some are joined by bridges and others can only be reached from outside. There's also a group of B Blocks which seem to be a bit of a higher spec, with a Read more

Yarnfield Park - December 2011

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It's basically a typical student accommodation building, each block has three floors which each have 6 bedrooms, a shared bath, shower and wc. Some are joined by bridges and others can only be reached from outside. There's also a group of B Blocks which seem to be a bit of a higher spec, with a Read more

Lea Quarry, Much Wenlock - November 2011

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Wenlock Edge is a wooded area that falls within the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Seven miles of the Edge are owned and managed by the National Trust. It runs for 15 miles from Much Wenlock to Craven Arms . The deciduous woodlands that cover the majority of the steep Read more

Trident Pharmaceuticals, Kidsgrove - November 2011

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Trident Pharmaceuticals were a wholesaler of pharmaceuticals which had premises in Kidsgrove and Coventry, it seems that they went out of business towards the end of last year judging from information found on the internet. They were part of a much larger group, AAH Pharmaceuticals who are one of Read more

Moneystone Quarry, Whiston - October 2011

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Moneystone Quarry has been quarried by the Sibelco Group since the late 1960's for silica sands, mainly for the production of container glass and ceramics. All quarrying finally came to a stop on the 30th of September 2011 after a planning application to extend the quarry further was rejected. Read more

Oakamoor Sand Sidings - October 2011

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I think every man and his dog have visited this site over the years. I've visited on countless occasions since this report. The sidings were originally built for use by the sand quarry, which is just up the hill from the track. This continued until 1988 when the last trains ran before the Read more

Oakamoor Sand Sidings - October 2011

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I think every man and his dog have visited this site over the years. I've visited on countless occasions since this report. The sidings were originally built for use by the sand quarry, which is just up the hill from the track. This continued until 1988 when the last trains ran before the Read more

Gnosall ROC Post - Staffordshire - September 2011

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Visited a few posts on the same day however this is the only one I think is worth posting at this time. It's been covered a few times before by others, the hatch doesn't close but it seems to have dried up a lot inside despite the sump being quite full, also the door to the monitoring room is no Read more