Sunday, December 2, 2018

H4rdw4re sh0p. Thirtythree Q33ns Pde. Clift0n Hi11. Has some 0ffice space, and a large open area that was once sh0p space. Not much to see.

Thursday, November 1, 2018

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Devel0pment site, 32 Stati0n St. Fairfie1d. There's quiet a few pics because there's 3 seperate houses as well as some garden sheds. Two of the house's are 50's ish type brick veneer houses, and one is an old homestead style house that has been gutted. There was a small wareh0use / sh0pfr0nt building on the site as well, but I couldn't get in there. Worth a look around if you're in the area.

Monday, October 8, 2018

Wareh0use, 24 A1bert St. Prest0n. Bit tricky to get into. Small wareh0use space at the back with a couple small rooms. Some 0ffice space at the front with a few small rooms. Not much to see.
Dinosaur eggs, along the disused railway behind 107 Nati0na1 Blvd, Campbe11fie1d. The pic doesn't do it justice, but it's wierd seeing all the dumped cement truck barrels piled up.

Monday, April 2, 2018

Wareh0use / 0ffice, 8two H4mpste4d Rd. Maidst0ne. Bit late to the party on this one as they're in the process of demolishing it (not sure if the whole lot is going or just the sheds). But there's loads of rooms to explore in the office area, and there's 3 or 4 sheds to have a look in. There's also another place up near the corner of H4mpste4d and Mitche11 but I couldn't get into that one.

Thursday, November 2, 2017

Kep - Cambodia. I was lucky enough to visit Cambodia recently. During my look around, I headed down south to the small seaside town of Kep. Dotted around Kep are a number of abandoned villas left over from when the French and other wealthy people inhabited the area. They range in states of disrepair. Some are inhabitable, while for others only the shell remains. Some of them are occupied by local squatters allowed to live there to protect the property. There's some really good info about the abandoned villas at this blog (click here). Anyway, here are some pics I took. It was hard to narrow down which pics to post but I hope it gives you a bit of an idea. Also a big thank you to my expert guide who showed me around while there.