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Next up in my long list of local hot spots is the Purton Ships Graveyard which lies between the Sharpness canal and the River Severn. 86 boats were beached here…

This week Woodchester Mansion near Stroud, Gloucester is first up in my "local hot spots" series which is shrouded in mystery with a haunting reputation to suit…

Nestled in the Taf Fechan valley lies a fascinating structure which is currently being preserved to help supply future generations with water, this structure is…

A derelict area can be quite interesting from a photographic point of view. A perfect job for my old 35mm Summicron lens.

Okay so obviously lockdown sucks but I've had a great time sorting through some photos from the past few months! This is a collection of some shots from my…

For my morning walk today I crossed the railway line and walked a mile or so down the road. Not the most exciting route, but it was interesting to have time to…

A few weeks ago I visited the Newport Transporter Bridge. I was absolutely astounded by the 112 year old structure that stood before me. Back in the year of…

The Grade II listed Point of Ayr Lighthouse is located in Talacre, North Wales. Literally drenched in history this light house has many stories to tell.…

As West Pier in Brighton slowly but surely crumbles into the depths below it is still a hot spot for tourists and photographers alike. What led to West Piers…

The old site of RAF Davidstow is one of North Cornwall's hidden pieces of history. This site is of most note due to it's empty shell of a control tower which…

It’s not often you discover a piece of history on your own doorstep. A few days ago, a friend of mine added me to a group on Facebook campaigning to stop a…

My journey to Colchester this morning passed by a reclamation yard and I stopped on the off-chance I might find my photo for today. The centre was closed but a…

This is going back a few years, found a derelict factory on google earth, but that wasn't quite the whole story. It was a big site and actually part of it was…
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