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Abandoned Cotton Factory

Abandoned Cotton Factory, Belgium Visited with: Alex, Klare & Rick Visit Date: October 2015 Please Note: Entry is always through an open access point and not by forcing our way in….. We are explorers, not vandals. History I cannot find any history at this time. My Visit So what can i say about this location.... Well, I know that I was expecting a little more than I got! The whole place was stripped back to the bare bones or very badly decayed. Apart from a few old files and boxes the place was basically empty. The saving grace for me was the graffiti that adorned the walls in a ro[...]
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Camelot Theme Park

Camelot Theme Park Visited with: This was a solo explore. Visit date: June 2015 Please Note: Entry is always through an open access point and not by forcing our way in….. We are explorers, not vandals. History Camelot opened in 1983 and was operating seasonally until late 2012. The park was based on the story of 'Camelot, King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table' and the park decor incorporated pseudo-medieval elements. From 1986 till 2012 the park changed hands a couple of times and from around 1995 the visitor count started to slowly decline. In 1995, Camelot's attendance w[...]
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Huncoat Power Station

Brief History of Huncoat Power Station Huncoat power station (also known as Padiham ‘B’) was built by the Lancashire Electric Power Company in the 1950’s as a sister for the power station at Padiham (Padiham ‘A’). Situated on the Burnley coalfield meant that the power station had a ready supply of local coal, and until 1968 was served by a half mile railway line to Huncoat Colliery. The Power Station had a fairly short life, closure coming in 1984. The cooling towers were brought down in 1988 and the main buildings were demolished in 1990, apart from this one building. The derelict buil[...]
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Fish Curers

History of the Fish Curers Unfortunately trying to find any history on this place is not very easy. I will continue to research this place and add more information when or even if I find any. What I do know is that the building was a Fish Curing business, one part being for the offices & another for the curing of the fish. Now for those of us that do not know what fish curing is here is a very brief bit of information. "Fish Curing. Methods of curing fish by drying, salting, smoking, and pickling, or by combinations of these processes. Methods such as these have been employed since [...]
 
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