Croxley Green Disused Rail Link.
Croxley Green Disused Rail Link   The History. This history for this one is a vast so a google search would probably be best. The Line originally was used in the early 1800s how ever the currently line never fully opened due to unresolved disputes over the funding back in 2016 and was never finished. […]
Mepal Outdoor Centre
  Mepal Outdoor Centre The History. Since the 1980s, the activity centre was used by schools, colleges and youth groups, who stayed in the centre’s in-house accommodation block for adventure activities including archery, rock climbing, sailing and canoeing. The centre was reinvigorated after joining forces with Cambridgeshire Acre, a charity based in Ely, in 2013. […]
Camelot Theme Park
27 November 2020
Camelot Theme Park The History. The park 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’. The local area was once covered by the largest lake in England Martin Mere, which was first drained in 1692 […]
Abandoned Sussex Railway.
Tenterden’s Abandoned Railway. The History. The Kent & East Sussex Railway opened in 1900 as England’s first ‘light railway’, serving the rural communities of East Sussex and Kent. Closing to passengers in 1954, the line was saved and reopened by a charitable organisation in 1974. It now operates steam hauled and diesel observation trains on […]
Abandoned Football Stadium.
Aylesbury Football Stadium.   The History. Not much to say about this one but first opened in 1987 and closed in 2006 the team at the time owning the ground was Aylesbury Fc and was known for having one of the finest non-league playing surfaces in the country. The site has been the subject of several […]