Urban exploration reading
Posted by Higgypop Admin on Thu 10 Jul 2014 at 15:47
Diego Garcia, the militarised island in the middle of the Indian Ocean has gained a fair bit of attention this year since it was claimed that the missing Malaysian Airlines flight 370 could have landed there.
Posted by Higgypop Admin on Tue 24 Sep 2013 at 20:58
Looking for underground bunkers for sale in the UK? You might not be the only one who wants a slice of the underground real estate pie.
Posted by Higgypop Admin on Tue 24 Sep 2013 at 19:11
Ten of the most stunning abandoned buildings and derelict places, many now forgotten and reclaimed by nature.
Posted by Higgypop Admin on Sun 28 Apr 2013 at 17:05
Discover 15 amazing facts about "the tube" that you probably didn't know.
Posted by Higgypop Admin on Tue 03 Jan 2012 at 01:37
Discover some of the best urban exploration website on the internet, we've put together a list of our top ten urbex websites.
- PINDAR Bunker
Posted by Higgypop Admin on Fri 23 Dec 2011 at 12:59
Uncover some of the UK's most best kept secret underground bunkers and hideouts.
Posted by Higgypop Admin on Fri 09 Sep 2011 at 21:45
Dapston is a small, long forgotten, lost stone quarry beneath Farleigh Down.
Posted by Higgypop Admin on Sun 19 Sep 2010 at 08:43
Check out some of the most common questions we get asked about the quarries beneath Corsham and the surrounding area, let's clear up a few myths.
- Burlington Bunker
Posted by Higgypop Admin on Sun 19 Sep 2010 at 08:31
See the history of the UK's most secret underground facility, from 1940 to present day.
Posted by Higgypop Admin on Sun 15 Aug 2010 at 13:51
"Take only pictures, leave only footprints" - inspiration for urban explorers.
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- Brean Down Fort
The fort was built between 1864 and 1871 on the recommendations of the 1859 Royal Commission. Originally armed with seven 7" RMLs, it was disarmed in 1901, but rearmed with two 6" ex-naval guns during World War II. Recently restored and opened to the public by the National Trust.