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Explore #224: Elvanfoot Parish Church aka Hoarders’ Church, Scotland – September 2018

Explore #2 of the ‘North of The Wall’ Tour Tim and I met Mark at his house, and after an excellent and much needed home-cooked breakfast (cheers mate!) we headed north into Scotland. Our first stop was a crumbling church, crammed full with children’s toys, books, dolls, ornaments and other knick knacks… History Elvanfoot Parish Church was built in the with early 20th Century, with high pitched slate roofs and a tower with a pyramidical roof. It is thought that…

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Explore #223: Birmingham Methodist Central Hall / Q Club – September 2018

Firstly, sorry for the long delay since I posted my last report. It’s been due to a combination of being busy with the day job, non-urbex holidays, and a slowly dying mac which I’ve only just managed to resurrect. I hope to be clearing through a lot of my backlog of reports over the next few weeks and months, so if you haven’t already subscribed for updates please feel free to do so. Explore #1 of the ‘North of The…

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Explore #213: Star Trek Chapel aka Chapelle des Mineurs, Belgium – August 2017

Explore #5 of ‘The Greased Otters Tour’. After our epic and exhausting explore of HFX steel works we decided that we would spent our final day of the trip doing a number of smaller and lower key sites en route to our eurotunnel crossing. First up on Day Three was this gorgeous little chapel, which had been on my map for years but I’d somehow never quite got around to visiting – I’m glad I finally did! History Construction of…

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