An abandoned time capsule hidden away in Norfolk.
What remains of an abandoned quarry in Suffolk.
An abandoned track maintenance vehicle in Norfolk.
A selection of abandoned train carriages in Norfolk.
A small abandoned church in Norfolk.
An abandoned underground radar station in Norfolk.
A Small abandoned Nursery hidden away in Norwich UK.
A small miltary graveyard in Norfolk.
An abandoned scrapyard in rural Norfolk. Cars, coaches vans and even fire engines can be found here.
A short film from the local RAF base. RAF Raynham has been abandoned for some time now. A huge site with a large number of buildings to see. Slowly the site is being renovated and some of the buildings are in use again.
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You can also check out my original report RAF West Raynham.
It can be quite surprising the amount of abandoned places that are still left connected to a source of electricity.
These sites certainly leave some unanswered questions. Who is paying the bills? Well sadly for hospitals, educational properties or any other site funded by the government, quite possibly you and I. I have a couple of theories on industrial sites. One is if the power is still running it's not going to be so easy to steal from. It isn't advised to rip out live copper cable and could the thieves be sure if they did try to turn it off. Also these sites will eventually be stripped and it will not be a safe working environment in a poorly lit space. Then we have mothballed sites, where the cost to restart the whole factory is far more than keeping it alive a blast furnace is a prime example of this practice.
Here is a selection of places I have visited where the lights are still on but nobody is home.
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All that remains of an old asylum in Norwich, UK.
A short time lapse of some abandoned houses in Norfolk.
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An short film of an abandoned time capsule in Norfolk.
So I feel I really upped my game with this short film that I made recently. I learnt a lot making this film and I am really pleased with the final outcome. Hopefully you are too.
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A nice car graveyard in Norfolk. Quite a number of cars left to rot here. A real shame as there are a couple of beauties left behind here.
A short film I made on a few abandoned train carriages in Norfolk. A mixture of time lapse or stop motion and video. These carriages are in fairly good condition and certainly bring back a few memories.
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A car graveyard in Norfolk. A nice selection of abandoned cars here.
A short timelapse film of abandoned places in East Anglia. From asylums in Norwich to small homes in the Fenlands.
A short film of the abandoned air base RAF Sculthorpe in Norfolk. A mixture of timelapse and video, shot over a few visits to the location. It was the first location I decided to shoot as its kind of local and quiet so I was able to take my time shooting here.
Music courtesy of Armed With Books.
If you would like to know more about this location check out RAF Sculthorpe for a detailed report.