Penhale Camp

Penhale Camp, near Holywell Bay about six miles outside of Newquay originally developed by the Ministry of Defence (MoD) in 1939 as an emergency measure to train anti-aircraft gunners. Evidence of the gun sites, searchlight […]

Night Life

Millennium Nightclub

The Gaumont Palace (Millennium Nightclub) in Union Street, Plymouth, opened in 1931. fluted columns and tiled foyers immediately attract attention whilst inside the auditorium a mighty Compton organ sits at a cost of over £6,000. […]

Night Life

Dance Academy

The Palace Theater (Dance Academy) on Union Street, Plymouth for the Livermore Brothers in 1898 by the architects Wimperis and Arber as a Music Hall and Variety Theater and formed part of a development which […]


Ottermill Switchgear

Ottermill Switchgear ​Attempting to revive the local economy, Sir George Yonge and Sir John Duntze, Members of Parliament and joint Lords of the Manor launched a scheme in 1788 to build a new manufactory at […]


Dartmoor Railway

The Dartmoor Railway is a 15 1⁄2-mile (24.9 km) long railway line in Devon, England. From Crediton, the line parallels the Tarka Line to the site of the former Coleford Junction. Heading west, it then serves Sampford Courtenay, Okehampton and Meldon Quarry. in the past freight trains served the ballast quarry […]


Aalen House

Aalen House is a small nursing home that is based in Okehampton It was vacated and residents were moved into units in Hatherleigh Entering was pretty straight forward and instantly the smell of decay hits […]


Predannack Down

At the Bottom of an active RAF Predannack Down Runway lies loads of decommissioned planes and helicopters. At first, we thought we would have to deal with an MP with a gun but people just walked past us […]


Dunblobbin Theme Park

(Dunblobbin Theme Park) Whilst looking for explores online we came across Mr Blobby’s House . At first we couldn’t find it coming across numerous other parts of the “Dunblobbin Theme Park”.  We head up a side […]


Totnes Dairy

The Brunel buildings (Totnes Dairy) used for various storage purposes including, during the early parts of the 20th century, as a warehouse for Symons Cyder. In 1934 the complex of buildings taken over by Daws […]