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Joe Stenson
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Photographer, Architect, Urban Explorer - Leeds
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Italian Urbex - Textil abbandonata, June 2015.
Another of many disused textile mills that I've visited.  This manufacturer was based in the middle of absolutely nowhere nestled within a very remote part of Italy. Part of a very long, hot and arduous 3000km road trip across Italy last summer.  Within the...

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Yorkshire Woollen Industry: A continuing study.
Over the past 5 years I have dedicated a lot of time to the research and investigation of the remnants of the once might Yorkshire Wool trade. Mainly concentrating on the remaining buildings associated with the industry: Mills. This post comprises a number ...

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Italian Urbex Road Trip, June 2015.
Italia - June 2015. This getaway was engineered around being our very good friend Cregg’s Euro Stag do, but instead of the Borat-esque green man thongs, gimp suits and gas masks (found usually on European explorations and UK stag do’s) we opted for a normal...

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Ruhrpott, Germany - February 2015
February, a hastily concocted trip saw Cregg and I flying out to Düsseldorf on a whim to meet up with Geo & Jemma who were already out in Europe and to visit our German friends Pierre, Becci and Marcel.  As always, the hospitality was excellent, as were the...

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Exhibition: White Cloth Gallery // Leeds.
I’m really excited to announce an exhibition of photographs along with good friends Jemma Roe & George McConville at Leeds’ White Cloth Gallery commencing on the 3rd of February and running until the 11th of April! The exhibition showcase s photographs that...

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Healey Mills Depot and Marshalling Yard, Ossett.
At a loose end and in the area I found myself with a spare hour and had a blustery walk around. Healey Mills opened in 1963 in attempt to modernise wagon-load traffic. It replaced a dozen smaller yards in the area and its purpose was to improve the efficien...

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County Mortuary.
The second exploration of 2015 and part of a fairly large Victorian Hospital site, here are some photographs from the nicely intact Mortuary building there.  This is the second time I've visited this building, the first on the same day as this other North E...

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Monckton Coke Works - New Year's Industrial wanderings 2015.
Coke was made on the Monckton site at Royston near Barnsley in South Yorkshire for over 130 years. There are 42 ovens, which were fed by coal, presumably from the nearby Maltby colliery that has also recently shut up shop.  The works at Monckton were the on...

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Exploring a Blast Furnace and Steel Works... Belgium - November 2014.
Greetings, here's another of Belgium's mighty Industrial abandonments that I've had a desire to thoroughly explore since we visited its bigger brother, HF6, in March this year  Poor weather and pissing rain to start off meant that we trudged along the appro...
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