Derelicte.co.uk – Our Urbex Friends

Author sophos9 - Last updated: 19.08.2009

Derelicte is a great site “documenting derelict buildings throughout East Anglia, and sometimes beyond… (East Anglia is quite small and devoid of dereliction!)”

www.derelicte.co.uk

www.derelicte.co.uk

Why dont you check them out and see whats kicking around East Anglia – you never know what you might find

:)

sophos9

2 comments

#1manof2worldsAugust 20, 2009, 12:12 pm

a great site – I’m a regular visitor there as well as here ;-)

#2manof2worldsAugust 21, 2009, 7:44 am

The joys of East Anglia are that there are lots to see when you really look – we’re seeing places all the time. Some big, but mostly small, but all have history and character.

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