If you have been to Manchester then you almost certainly stood above secret underground spaces. Manchester is covered in hidden tunnels, ruins and huge open spaces 30 to 80ft below modern street level. Today we are literally dropping down a manhole to our first underground space..... The Victorian arches!
It really is an underground city down there and we will explore it all!!!!
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Just had a quick read up on the Manchester Victorian Arches...turns out there’s a bit more to it...
“Interestingly, the now-abandoned Victoria Arches were themselves built on top of an even older street. Its remains were covered over during an 1833 improvement scheme; yet another lost subterranean reminder of Manchester’s Victorian past”
Back down ya go boys! Ha ha! Nice work!
Around 2000, I was taken into an 'underground city' in Manchester as part of my job. It was under some sort of large old civic building next to a square which I think had some grass and a stone monument in the middle. (looking at google maps, maybe the one with Princess Street and Lloyd street) I only saw it beiefly as was taken in by vehicle through a portullis and down a ramp that turned and turned like in a multistory carpark. It was like a replica of how the streets above would have been, it had kerbs pavements at the edge, cobbled roads and gutters, and the buildings with doors and windows at the side of the pavement. It was a dark as there were just old lights and sometimes grates that allowed ventilation and light to the street level but your eyes soon got used to it. Even piegons had found there way in. I think it is where the elites so malfeasance - as above, so below.
I wonder if some of these tunnels are used in human sacrifice. There’s a lot to talk about human trafficking and organ harvesting for the pineal gland and the adreanochrome far the elite. Here in America many of our politicians and there’s rumors going around about some of your Royals getting into that. Do you think this is why some of the areas are blocked off and bricked up.Q Sad that the underground catacombs under Notre Dame was used for human sacrifice.
Love your vids!! And you guys of course! We Americans have a rich history, but you guys have a rreeeaaallly long history. You actually can discover things hundreds of years old. Cool part is you never know what your gonna find. I still think your best finds are yet to come. Stay curious and careful!!
Such a damn shame that one of the hallmarks of any urban exploration video is seeing how many a-holes got there before you and decided to smash and graffiti everything in sight. Imagine finding a site like this where the only filth was dust and maybe some rodent leavings at worst?
A few years ago you could go on an organised tour of underground Manchester. I went with my family. Sadly they've stopped running them due to health and safety concerns. We accessed the tunnels underneath the Great Northern railway building via a steep staircase. I'm glad I had a chance to see some of the tunnels but it was very creepy. Apparently there's miles of them, some smaller ones are used to run fibre optic cables through for telecommunications.
You should have cordoned off the manhole with some cones and tape and then had high-vis clothing on, then you would have looked like you were doing some legit street work.
Anyway - if the city of Manchester denies the existence of these chambers and they later collapse - who's responsible?
+Exploring with Fighters So much for "hail America". Explorers here in NY and such cities face possible Jail time and fines if they get caught. Don't understand why western civilization seems to hate history so much. Great vid by the way, love the Europe exploration, your zeal for history, and places there are much much older!
The paper towel holder at 30 mins in, the name on it is 'onliwon'.... I seem to recall that this was the first paper towel holder of its time, and dispensed one paper towel at a time, hence the name ONLIWON (ONLY ONE)
Learning how to draw cartoon animals from the farm is not such a difficult task! Weve grown up surrounded by them! Farm animals are everywhere: In blockbuster movies, childs books, greeting cards. their shapes and images are printed in our minds!
In this section, I will show you how to determine what are the physical uniqueness of each animal and how to work with them. Then, you can practice drawing each cartoon character using basic shapes.
You will have the opportunity to make nice illustrations, practice sketching and cartooning using short easy lessons and complete your creation using a drawing software to create vector art if you want to! Cartoon drawing is really fun once you get into it!
Dont be afraid to try until you get it right. This method is really simple, but requires practice and observation. So, sit back and relax. Learn how to draw animals from the farm and start your journey on a good note!
Lets try s few basic characters to get started! :)
A cute turkey to begin with.
In this first tutorial, you can learn how to draw a fun turkey mostly made from small rectangles and large circular shapes. The posture of the character is really interesting. Not only is it easier to draw than a front version, but its also easier to add some perspective (as we can see with the legs). The fact that we just need to draw one wing is also interesting.
Most of these cartoon animals are not filled with complex textures or digital effects. In this case, the subject is filled with plain colors and only a few basic details (inside the tail) were added.
A nice turtle also from a side view.