Space Jam – Hunting down the Burans in the deserts of Kazakstan
Green Line Onions – Kiev, one Autumn in 2013
Don’t Get Court – More tales of climbing buildings, The Civil Justice Centre noless
Back to Burly – You know, that big bunker
Pretty Cool – Climbing the Willington Cooling Towers
Boarding Party – Dorking around with some French naval hardware
5 Reasons Why I’m Not F***ing Done With Rooftopping – or 5 Reasons Why I’m not F***ing Special Anymore. Fight bullshit with bullshit
Fort for the day – Sea Kayaking to the famous Maunsell Sea Forts
On Track – Northern Rail
Lisbonism – Ponte 25 de Abril is a large bridge in Lisbon. Guess what happens next?
Hit the Deck – If you fall off, get straight back on it
Oh I Do Like To Be Above The Seaside – Climbing the North Wests favourite landmark: Blackpool Tower.
What’s ‘appnin Giza? – Getting up the last remaining wonder of the world
Going to Prison – Why you shouldn’t sleep with pikies
Frostbite Travel Tours Inc. – Playing it cool in Kiev
Yes Minster – Climbing Yorks most famous church
Baaaaaarrrrrrcelllonnnnaaaa!!!! – Went to see nckt. Nearly got hit by some trains.
Vulcanology – Climbing two of europes most active volcanos. It went off.
The Mail Rail: Sloppy Seconds – Getting down and dirty with the Post Office scalextric
20th Century Broadcasting – Climbing Alexandra Palace Transmitter
El Caminito Del Rey – Takling El Chorros most dangerous walkway and trying to ignore the hype.
British Gas – Getting to grips with utilities.
Happy New Year
Sskkkkkeeerrrgggkkkkkzzzkkkzkkzzzkchhhhhkzkzkhh… – Musings on authenticity, roots and how not to an Metro
Chim chim cherooo – The Battersea Powerstation Chimney Climb
Moel-y-poley – Climbing a 770 ft radio mast in Wales.
Water Feature – Journey into the heart of the Niagara Falls
Scottish Power – A day in Inverkip Power Station
Rapid Transit – The NY subway.
I got 99 problems but a bridge ain’t one – Tales of bridge climbs.
Running the Totley Tunnel – In search of an Urban legend.
Kings of the Castle – Student Castle Crane in Manchester. One tough cookie.
Off that chim’, crim! – Halifax Shaw Lodge Mill Chimey climb.
Getting back to basics – Collection of rooftopping antics in Manchester
LDN. Again. – Back in the capital. Senate House, Battersea, the Fleet and that big red Crane.
Three piece suit, wadonz, passport, and a full tank of fuel – IDM 2012 – Driving half way across europe with 200 others for a black-tie rave in a sewer.
Hell in Hope: The Lafarge Chimney Climb – Scaling a 132m concrete chimney in a live cement factory
Join the Club (and get the fuck out of my pool) – What happens when a group of 15 of you try to get anything done ina big city.
Barking Mad: Persistence in a torrent of consistent failure – Musings on failure and a trip to Barking PS
Trambling On – Digging beneath the capital for the old Kingsway Tram Tunnel
Christmas Shopping: The Lewis Ballroom – Our search for the lost ballroom
“The blimp the blimp!” – Quick visit to Cardington Hangers
Basic Training – Sneaking around train yards
Battersea Powerstation – Recolections of my first visit to Battersea Powerstation
Happy new year. – first commit.

 

4 Responses to Stories

  1. C. says:

    Thank you to all of you. I could only dream of doing what you do, my body just won’t let me, but your pictures & adventures keep me feeling alive.
    Stay safe, lucky & free,
    C.

  2. Joel Young says:

    Hi there, I’m a student at the University of Huddersfield and I am using the Old fire head quarters I’m Manchester for my site for my final major project. I thought your pictures on http://www.28dayslater.co.uk/forums/showthread.php/69213-London-Road-Fire-Station-Manchester-March-2012 were amazing! I was just wondering if you had any more pictures from the fire headquarters that you could e-mail me?
    Or even any information you have about the fire headquarters.

    Cheers,

    Joel Young

  3. DirtyJigsaw says:

    Just found your website, you lads have had some fun over the years. keep up the good work :)

  4. Jimmy says:

    I read your El Caminito Del Rey article and it’s amazing and awe-inspiring, just reading your firsthand account. Your blog seems to be a wealth of great traveling stories, looking forward to reading more, and great job on the one article I read. I have a fear of heights but I try and conquer that one activity at a time, and articles like this inspire me. Thanks!

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