Now demolished, the British Celanese complex in Derby was established in World War One to make acetate dope that was used to stiffen and waterproof the fabric covering of early aircraft. In the Thirties, it fed the haute couture market for acetate drape and in World … Continue reading
A revisit to an interesting local culvert with an intriguing, un-investigated hole. Once we’d dislocated our shoulders squeezing through, we found ourselves in a rarely photographed parallel tunnel that heads from the police station to the local Crown Court. Thanks to Nick for the … Continue reading
In the UK, no lower than Floor G, Cwmorthin.
The Rev Spungletrumpet exploring the agri-potential of the Antwerp underground on a night when we were free to roam and revisit pre-metro-sexual haunts. 24 hours later we awoke to find ourselves captives in the same location.
A long awaited return to Gaping Gill Main Chamber and the chance to see the Fell Beck waterfall in daylight this time, via the CPC winch down the main shaft.
Whatever happened to all the Hoovers? All the Shake-and-Vaccers? They watched their Rome burn
A very large hole with a devious exit.
Abandoned London tube station. Thanks to those who went before.
…when the crowd say Flo-Selecta! A second visit to the infall area.
Another temple of cellophane. Like coming home.
Featuring the kind of decoration associated with caves like Otter Hole, this unique drain ends in a petrified river of calcified vomit.