May 28th, 2009

Creepy Skelly Accodrian
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The 27th I decided to go house hunting. It was my birthday, so I thought I'd go out and play. I haven't taken any abandoned photos in a long time. I drove right past this place but out of the corner of my eye caught a glimpse of the roof through the trees.

Turned around, found a place to stash my car and hiked though waist high weeds and sticky mud and wondered if it was even worth it.

At first I thought I'd have to turn around because how thick the wall of green was around this place.

The growth around the place is SO thick that the inside of the house is in shadows. Once out of the wall of green it was a MEGA sunny day. It was like stepping into late evening. It was weird.

Moving On

This place scared me. I don't know why either because I've rummaged around some really creepy places even more out in the middle of no where than this place. However once I was inside my skin crawled. I couldn't bring myself to open any closets. My stomach hurt, and my nerves were totally on edge. Any little noise made me jump a mile and I cut my exploring by more than half and got the feck out. I don't know why, there was no one in there anywhere around. I was just so uneasy I was sick. Once I got back into the sunlight I was fine. Just really REALLY weird.

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Abandoned warehouse

This warehouse is just near my workplace. It's not completely abandoned, since one of the wings in the ground-floor is being used as a grocers. But, unfortunately, the upper floors with the gorgeous windows and the intricate stone work are completely abandoned.
Sorry for the lack of quality of the images. I took them with my cellphone. Luckily it was a really sunny day. :)

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Abandoned places around the Birmingham Canal Navigation

I have been cycling on the canals round Birmingham for a few years now but only recently started exploring the canals heading west out of the city. Most of the old warehouse, collieries and factories have been pulled down and redeveloped in the last few years but I found a few things and thought I would post them. Thanks.

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