Cool pics of urban exploring, abandoned machines and stuff

Cool pics of urban exploring, abandoned machines and stuff

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ClockworkCupcake

56,776 posts

206 months

Saturday 27th May 2017
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PotatoSalad said:
Worth adding that pencils were also quite dangerous to use, imagine a piece of graphite braking off in 0g and floating into some electrical equipment there it could cause a short circuit or even start a fire.
How was that 'adding' when you just reiterated something that was in the text you were quoting? confused

MethylatedSpirit

1,738 posts

70 months

Saturday 27th May 2017
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Nothing stopped us getting into the old Gray Dunn biscuit factory.

Over several levels, a small climb to get onto the first floor and then had access to most floors except a small jump (with a 5 floor drop)

Really surprising to see something right in the city centre, 12 lanes of traffic going by just outside. Passed it thousands of times, usually has "Stena super fast 7" advertised on the side of the building

Most surprising things were the witeboard still having meeting notes from 10 years ago

Didn't take many photos though. Didn't visit too late. They started demolishing a week later




JPJPJP

6,140 posts

102 months

Friday 15th December 2017
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Not pics, but some maps

London’s ‘secret’ underground tunnels revealed by land registry

https://whoownsengland.org/2017/12/15/how-land-reg...