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Explore #165: Grand Hotel Atlantis, Germany – May 2016

Explore #5 of ‘The Picnics & Palaces Tour’ The afternoon of this explore was one of my favourite times on our whole week-long tour through East Germany and Poland. The sun was shining, we’d already had a couple of successful explores under our belts that morning, and were all in great spirits as we rocked out to this ace piece of German hip hop (really!) on the local radio whilst driving through some beautiful alpine countryside. I hope I get…

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Chernobyl: Pripyat #4 – Swimming Pool ‘Lazurny’, Piano Shop, Post office, Police Station, Jupiter factory, Vehicle Graveyard, Apartment Block, and Cafe ‘Pripyat’. – April 2015

Welcome the the last of my 4 posts from the three days I spent exploring Pripyat, which are: 1. Avanhard Stadium, Fairground with Ferris Wheel and Bumper Cars, Palace of Culture ‘Energetik’, Polissya Hotel, and Music School. 2. The schools of Pripyat – Kindergartens #13 ‘Goldfish’, #4 ‘Golden Cockerel’, #15, Elementary Schools #1, #3, #2 and #5. 3. Hospital No.126. 4. Swimming Pool ‘Lazurny’, Piano Shop, Post office, Police Station, Jupiter factory, Vehicle Graveyard, Apartment Block, and Cafe ‘Pripyat’. As…

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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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