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Explore #241: Abandoned School, and WW2 memorial, Georgia – October 2018

Explore #5 of the ‘Love Bears’ Tour After leaving Tbilisi, we drove out into the Georgian countryside to hunt down some possible leads from our research. Our mission was to visit various small villages to try and find abandoned ‘Houses of Culture’ – very grand village halls / cultural centres which formed the hubs for community gatherings during Soviet times. Our search was fairly successful, and my reports of those are coming up right after this one… Abandoned School, somewhere…

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Explore #153: Royal Hospital Haslar, Gosport, Hampshire – December 2015

After our fun and games of an impromptu explore of HMS Victory the previous evening, it was an early start for my final explore of 2015: a huge disused military hospital with a long and proud history. History (amended from wiki) Founded in the reign of King George I, the Royal Hospital Haslar was designed by Theodore Jacobsen and built between 1746 and 1761, opening as a Royal Navy hospital in 1753. It enjoyed a long and distinguished history in…

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Explore #123: Former RAF Coltishall air base, Norfolk (Permission Visit) – February 2015

Something a little different with this next report – some photos from a location that I actually had permission to photograph! My visit to RAF Coltishall was organised by an explorer friend who works for a local photography company. As a result, whilst the visit was technically open to the public, our Norfolk-based gang of explorers snapped up pretty much all of the available tickets so it ended up being very much an urbexers group outing! History (abridged and amended…

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