sayeth the Orbz.. Agent Nut venturing somewhat unwillingly down Rednought, Brisitol.
In 1950, workers in this former shadow factory were unwittingly exposed to a germ warfare test designed to highlight the vulnerability of air conditioning systems to chemical and biological attack. [source]
A trip along the Markeaton Interceptor storm drain, dubbed “Captain Birds Eye’s Flo Selecta” by the original explorers. It had been a long time since I last explored a Derby drain (1984 to be exact!).
Pristine Cornish beam engine. Midlands location.
Devon’s answer to Box mine, at least I hoped it would be when we first entered the underground area. Alas, the reality was somewhat different.
The compelling hulk of British Extracting features an awesomely committing fire escape..
First contact with Battersea Power Station. And it certainly wasn’t the last.
Walking from Cell 4 towards the Air House inside one of the iconic blue pipes (the one on the right in the picture below) Pyestock visit no. 1.
Amphibious assault on the Castle Moat, Bristol.
The graffiti piece that currently welcomes explorers to Farleigh Down Tunnel. A walk up Farleigh Down Tunnel. I’ll admit to being pretty bored by the time we reached the end of a mile and a quarter of gentle 1:8 incline, but it’s an essential … Continue reading
An abandoned mushroom farm in one of the Bath Freestone Quarries, Wiltshire.
The CS2 recovery plant at British Cellophane.