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GONE WRONG CHATHAM HOSPITAL DON'T GO IN
 
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Today I got in to Chatham hospital and set of the security alarm system
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WW2 BUNKER IN GILLINGHAM
 
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underground bunker in medway gillingham
ABANDONED HOSPITAL BLOOD FOUND
 
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Abandoned hospital in Kent we came across blood stains on the floor
DANGER😱 DEATH HOLE TUNNEL SYSTEM😷
 
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townsend underground hospital dover loads of asbestos 😷😷😷😷
200FT UNDER LONDON NEVER BEEN FILMED BEFOR TILL NOW
 
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Today i visited a location in london an unbeliveable 200 ft underground tunnel system i was so amazed to see what i experienced it has never been filmed before people so i hope you enjoyed this place as much as i did take care have a good day
PORTSMOUTH LONDON ROAD DEEP SHELTER OPENED IN 1942 SO MUCH LEFT BEHIND AND MISSED
 
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London road deep shelter was the second of two deep shelters to be built in Portsmouth, the other being in Wymering chalk pit. Work was started to construct these shelters in late 1941 and by early 1942 they were open. They were designed to hold 2500 people underground with food, sanitation, water, light and places to sleep. At a push the tunnels could hold up to 4000 people. The tunnels were controlled by the shelter warden who had his office near to the main entrance. You could only access the tunnels if you presented a valid ticket or pass. The tunnels  also had a small medical facility, a children’s recreation area and was self contained with its own electricity generator.
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DANGEROUS MINE SYSTEM CAVE (DEATH HOLE!) COULD COLLAPSE
 
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Today i visited madstone cave system with sub exploration and boz from instergrame which was a death trap.All celins and outer-walls were caving in and callapsing.
Views: 2974 exploring with adams
ABSEILING THE DEATH TOWER KENT (GOT STUCK AND ALMOST GONE WRONG)
 
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ABSAILING THE WATER TOWER TO GET OVER MY FEAR OF HIGHTS
CHASED BY SECURITY FROM ABANDONED TOWER BLOCK
 
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Today i visited a derelict tower block in kent and had to get out quick becouse of the security and just made it parst them i will return to it again to make a full video.
Views: 2829 exploring with adams
adisham water tower i hate heights
 
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adisham walter tower bulit in 1903 for margate edwardian italianate revival style rectanguiar tower and I hate heights
ABANDONED PETROL GARAGE
 
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TODAY i visited an old abanond petrol garage on way home one day to see if i could access it people
MASSIVE ABANDONED tower block
 
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TODAY i visited an old abanond tower block but its soon to be demolished
CREEPY ABANDONED HOUSE IN THE WOODS OF NO WHERE
 
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TODAY i was out on a explore in some large woods and came across this abandoned house in the middle of no where
CREEPY FLOODED UNDERGROUND WAR TUNNEL
 
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On March 13th 1969 a local builder investigating land for a property company called Bricklands Ltd wandered into the very much overgrown woodland called Hargate Forest, bordering onto Broadwater Down, Tunbridge Wells. He was to discover what appeared to be a strange, small brick built blockhouse emerging from an earthen bank. His job was to scout the land for property developers who were keen to build on the woodland site but instead he discovered a secret that had lain undisturbed for twenty three years. Shortly after his discovery a team of four men representing Bricklands Ltd and with the permission of the Abergavenny Estate who owned the land broke into the bricked up structure and entered the bunker for the first time since it was sealed by the MOD in 1946. On 21st March 1969 the Courier newspaper ran the story covering the find but unfortunately for the explorers winter rain had flooded the interior almost to capacity and their transit through the dark labyrinth had to be curtailed, further reinforcing the rumour that they had discovered a vast underground structure. The instant the article was printed the Courier began receiving letters from various people who had either worked at the site during the war or had some recollections of its construction and function. Many of these letters, no doubt tarnished by the passage of time on the human memory, spoke of vast chambers, secret tunnels and absurdly deep excavations and of the nick-name that it was to become known by in modern times,“The Wilderness”.
CHATHAM BUNKER
 
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CHATHAM BUNKER
CASEMATES DOVER WITH MY SON DAMIEN PIPE TIME
 
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Today people ive taken my son out on a dover day out explore to the pipe he has wanted to do for over a year SAY HELLO TO DAMIEN
INTO THE WATER SHOREMEAD FORT
 
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Shornemead Fort This fort was one of a number built to protect the Thames Estuary in the late 19th Century, after the Royal Commission of the country's defences, although it is built of the site of an earlier battery. It is a similar design to the nearby Coalhouse and Cliffe forts, consisting of large, granite faced casemates with magazines directly beneath and a parade ground and barrack block at the rear. The casemates housed 11-inch Rifled Muzzle Loading guns, but the fort was later armed with Breech loaders and Quick Firing guns. Guns were also mounted at the fort during WW2. Unfortunately, much of the fort, including the barrack block, was demolished in the 1960s, and only the fronts of the casemates and underground passages and magazines remain
WW2 GUN BATTERY DOVER
 
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Today people I'm bk in Dover this is 1 of 5 places visited today this one in particular is one of Dover gun batterys on a lovely explore
SECRET TUNNELS 200 FT UNDER LONDON
 
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Today i visited a location in london an unbeliveable 200 ft underground tunnel system i was so amazed to see what i experienced it has never been filmed before people so i hope you enjoyed this place as much as i did take care have a good day
ABANDONED HOSPITAL CHATHAM
 
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I will be in soon to show you all more people take care
Views: 2841 exploring with adams
royal marines chatham SOLO CLOSE CALL WITH DEATH larst ever video of it next day sealed
 
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the royal marines located under chatham kent was a ww2 tunnel system used as a refuse for the royal marines and a patient clearing area for the hospital above it its in untouched condition now sealed
Views: 2975 exploring with adams
HELLS MOUTH DOVER SOLO DEATH TRAP
 
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Lydden spout was constructed in 1941 on the cliffs of dover and folkstone. it is a smiilar desing to that at fan bay to the east of dover, both having been mounted with three 6 inch naval guns of the eyesore clearance initiative of the 1970s but there foundations can still be seen, and it is just possible to squeze into the magazines and gun crew rooms directly behind each position. a plotting room, which was sealed for many years and a large deep shelter still remain on the site in good condirtion.Above ground,some buildings including former mess rooms,remain as cow sheds.
Abandoned hospital kent
 
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Finally got in to it
OLI MILLS WEST OF DOVER
 
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Oil mills west in dover originally these tunnels were produced as a result of chalk mining to produce lime in the nearby lime kilms. with some tunnel heights exceeding upto 30ft in some places.
HMS FOWARD WW2 UNDERGROUND DEEP SHELTER SUSSEX (DANGER)
 
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HMS DEEP SHELTER In 1941, 130 miners dug 550 yards of tunnels through rock chalk and seams of hard flint 20m below South Heighton, north of Newhaven, in just 17 weeks. The purpose of the project was to house 100 or so naval personnel who monitored the sea off the Sussex coast midway between the strategic ports of Dover and Portsmouth. Staff co-ordinated and controlled shipping movements and plotted enemy ship movements in the English Channel using radar. The tunnels had a small opening at the base of the hill but the main entrance was at the top of the hill in the Guinness Trust Holiday Home that was built in 1938 but requisitioned by the Royal Navy after Dunkirk in 1940. The building and tunnels were named HMS Forward. After the war, the MOD sold the lot to a property developer which led to many houses being constructed over the tunnel.
PEOPLE SLEEPING in Dover again abandoned building
 
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In Dover abandoned building more people sleeping there
FAILED DRONE ATTEMPT BLEW IT UP
 
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TODAY I FUCKED UP MY DRONE, BY BURNING OUT ONE OF THE SIDE ARM MOTOR BLADES
LONDONS SECRET UNDERGROUND WW2 TUNNEL
 
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Today i visited a secret underground ww2 tunnel system in london
ABANDONED matthews riding school
 
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matthews riding school now abandoned exploring out with my kids
SECRET RAMSGATE HUGE TUNNEL SYSTEM
 
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Today I visited a massive tunnel system in ramsgate and was in for a treat with the size of the place was amazing
ABANDONED SECRET PLACE IN DOVER FOUND DRUG USE
 
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Today I came across this little gem in Dover I'm not sure what this place was or is so if n e body knows please comment
COULSDON AIR RAID SHELTER
 
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It is believed that the Coulsdon shelter was constructed in 1941 by the Coulsdon and Purley Urban District Council (the precursor of the London Borough of Croydon): a reference in the minutes of the council’s War Emergency Committee dated 11th March 1941, reads: ‘Read letter from London Civil Defence Region, dated 5th March, stating that the Regional Commissioners approve payment of the sum of £1 per annum being the agreed rental for the use of land forming part of the site of the Cane Hill Mental Hospital for the erection of a public air raid shelter.’ The proximity of the shelter to a railway station was undoubtedly deliberate such that shelterers could reach it via public transport. At the present time very little is known about the operation of the shelter during the war.
UK LARGEST FORT BASTION SNEAKED INTO 100 SUBSCRIBERS DEATH ENTRANCE
 
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TODAY i viseted another location in dover with a entrance that would shit us all up so thanks for you all makeing me to reach 100 subscribers
WHITE CLIFFS OF DOVER BUNKERS
 
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A little look at some of many of dovers small bunkers
PORTSMOUTH TUNNEL LEFT AND FORGOT WITH TIME
 
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TODAY i viseted another location in potrsmouth with loads of stuff forgotten in time a stunning location
NUCLEAR BUNKER MARGATE
 
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NUCLEAR BUNKER SOMEWHERE IN MARGATE
DANGEROUS UNDERGROUND OIL BUNKER MESS
 
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TODAY i visited the undergroung oil mess in portsmouth what a place to visit should of brought wellies
WW2 DEEP SHELTER FORELANDS
 
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540 Coast Regiment was in charge of the guns to the east of Dover (Fan Bay, Wanstone Farm and South Foreland Batteries), while 520 Coastal Regiment manned the guns to the west of Dover (Capel, Lydden Spout, Hougham and Citadel batteries). When either the east or west guns acted collectively they were designated as a Fortress and had, at South Foreland and Hougham respectively, a Fortress Plotting Room which controlled their complement of guns. Hougham’s was combined with the Battery Plotting Room which is the reason for its larger size, while at South Foreland the two Plotting Rooms were several hundred metres apart. The deep shelter is one of the smallest and most symmetrical comprising two parallel tunnels with three cross tunnels between, accessed by two entrances and sets of stairs. There appears to have been a fire in it at some time
WYE TESTING LAB COLLEGE (CHASED BY SECURITY)
 
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Founded in 1447 by John Kempe, the Archbishop of York, as a college for the training of priests, in 1894, the school moved to new premises, and the South Eastern Agricultural College was established in the buildings with Alfred Daniel Hall as principal. In 1898, Wye became a School of Agriculture within the University of London. Until 2005, Wye College was a well-known study and research centre in the fields of rural business and management, biological sciences, and the environment and agriculture. The college was officially closed by its then owner, Imperial College London, in September 2009.
SHORTS TUNNEL ROCHESTER PART 1
 
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The Shorts Brothers founded their company in 1908 after they heard news of the Wright Brothers flight and the opened a factory on Sheppey Island in 1909. By 1913 the success of the company and their seaplanes meant that they required a larger site and purchased 8 acres of land in Rochester that had direct access to the sea. in 1915 the first factory buildings were completed, along with a slipway down into the sea. During World War One, the site produced close to 1000 planes and seaplanes. Between the Wars, the Company was awarded the contract to build the Sunderland Flying Boat which went on to become one of the most successful seaplanes as an antisubmarine warfare plane.
HMS WILDFIRE WW2 KENT Gillingham ( MUST SEE)
 
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TODAY people im at wildfire kent After the closure of the ACHQ and before the re-opening of the now Local Command HQ (LCHQ) in 1964 the plotting room was altered by the addition of three extra cabins. These were cantilevered above the existing three requiring the re-arrangement of stairs. Another addition was the provision of mains water services and sewage. This entailed the construction of a new chamber adjacent to the southern entrance to hold a large water tank, below this a sump was built with sewage ejection equipment enabling the toilets opposite to be connected to the mains and four extra toilets to be provided within the new room. The other two sets of toilets (each of two cubicles) situated beside the two ventilation plant rooms remained as chemical toilets as originally fitted. Other changes involved the layout and size of the various rooms and corridors with partitions being moved and rooms enlarged, however the room numbering still ended at number 59, although on the original layout rooms 19 and 20 were not reconciled and this is the case with the current layout, domestic rooms, lavatories and plant were not included in this total (however, one plant room door does have the number 75 on it)
DEATH ABSEIL OVER A ABANDONED RESVIOR
 
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Today I visited the abandoned resvior in Kent to army craw on my ropes across it from side to side people it was hard work