Jump to content

PORKY PIG

Member+
  • Content count

    132
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    15

PORKY PIG last won the day on June 7

PORKY PIG had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

174 Excellent

2 Followers

  1. SHOW ME ON THE DOLL!!

    are you being sarky sir?
  2. SHOW ME ON THE DOLL!!

    haha yes this week. it was indeed perilous!!
  3. SHOW ME ON THE DOLL!!

    alot wrecked!
  4. Premier inn manchester june 2018

    where you up there 3 days!! great pics
  5. Wisdom

    don't take anything written on 28 GAYS LATER site personal!
  6. Institute of the fallen angel, MAY 2018

    this just keeps giving. great report
  7. The Orphange Of St Magoo

    yep rather nice sir
  8. Sinister Chapel May 2018

    another lovely report
  9. Dead Sheep Chapel May 2018

    MARVELLOUS SIR!
  10. THE HISTORY:- Taxal lodge was built in 1904 and was the home of Lt. Col. H. Ramsden Jodrell. Who died in 1950. The lodge then became a special School. This Lodge replaced an earlier Taxal Lodge originally built futher up the valley which is long gone. The current Taxal Lodge closed in 2005 and has been the target of Vandals ever since. decay has really set in and most the upper floors are either fallen through or very unsafe. There is also an abuse issue at the former childrens home with a former employees being convicted. https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/paedophile-coach-centre-football-sex-9343857. THE VISIT:- Quick early morning visit with easy access to the site. most of the building has been trashed inside with the floors very unsafe if they are even in place! FROM THE TENNIS COURT CAN I PLAY WITH YOUR BALLS! FOOTBALL TABLE FLAKEY POOL! DOORS. TO THE OFFICE BOY! A BIT TO DERPY FOR ME 4/10
  11. Hotel of trash!

    i like the look of this nice report
  12. STAGE LEFT!

    HISTORY:- Planning permission was granted by the local council to build a licensed theatre to replace the Theatre Royal of nearby Frank Street in 1901.The theatre was designed by Campbell and Horsley of Manchester and built by S. Robinson and Sons of Hyde. The completed theatre opened on 3 November 1902 with a Victorian French melodrama, Little Jim, with Shakespeare and other classic plays to follow. In 1914 a movable screen was added onto the stage to enable the theatre to operate as a part-time cinema. In the early 1970s, the popularity of live performances were on the decline and the decision was made to stop them altogether at the theatre. The main auditorium become a full-time cinema and a second cinema opened in 1972 taking up the majority of the original stage area. The last live performance held was a production of Annie get your gun In later years, the main auditorium was referred to as 'Royal 1' and the second cinema was referred to as 'Royal 2'. The theatre was also referred to as the 'Royal Cinema' although the 'Theatre Royal' signs remained on the building . In the early 1990s, the London-based owners discovered problems with fraud at the theatre and decided to close it down in August 1993 as they considered it a liability. The theatre was full for the last few days of business, with people still offering support to Hyde's last local cinema. The final film to be shown was Walt Disney's classic, The jungle book. The main auditorium could seat up to 1400 people, it consisted of pit stalls with 300 seats, dress and rear circles with another 300 seats, then a gallery and amphi with 800 seats. The theatre also offered one of the largest stages in the area with a fly gallery offering fast scenery changes. During its peak, the Theatre Royal offered performances by many famous acts of the day including Laurel and Hardy, Enrico Caruso, Billy Connolly and Frank Randle. Julie Andrews also made an early appearance at the theatre along with her mother and stepfather. In 1999, planning permission was in the process of being granted to demolish the theatre to make way for a housing development, however a group of volunteers joined together to save the Theatre Royal, named Theatre Royal Onward, the group campaigned for the theatre to be granted listed building status which it was in 2000. The theatre was put up for auction in 2005 however the society lost the bid to buy the theatre and it was sold to a local property developer, Aurora Hyde Limited. However the fight to return the theatre to its former glory was cut short when the building was sold to a local Islamic centre who are now using the ground floor as a prayer centre. THE VISIT:- visited early morning as this is a town centre theatre with Asda right in front. The access was high but the roof is being repaired at the moment so had assistance from the scaffold. Once in the first door to my left Jackpot! the projection room all still in tact tools and all! after a short time on the first balcony i heard voices below and made a hasty retreat. Having got out noticed a door open the local workmen where inside but would not let me in to take anymore photo's so had to make a second visit. This time the local Islamic's where in sorting the downstairs for when they take over for praying. No luck again as they refused me entry. On the third visit again a early morning the high access was used and i completed the rest of the pictures including the bar area. First floor circle. (the cover separates the ground praying area). second floor bar area second circle view first floor bar bottles (super-trouper) spot lights a bit of everything in this room! projection room work area old projectors I do love a theatre this was a great explore made better by the projector room 9/10 from me
  13. THEY SOMETIMES DON'T LEAVE

    thank you very much sir very kind of you.
  14. The HistoryThe Orphanage was opened in 1872 on the site of an ancient alms house, and St Joseph’s Hospital for the Sick Poor followed five years later.They were built by wealthy widow Maria Holland, who gave £10,000 at a time when Preston had one of the worst mortality rates in the country, due to poor housing and low-paid mill workers. St Joseph’s Orphanage cared for 971 children before it closed in 1954.Run by the Sisters of Charity of Our Lady Mother of Mercy, the orphanage was the first welfare provider for Roman Catholic girls in the region, taking in up to 60 youngsters at a time in two dormitories.After its closure, the top floor of the orphanage continued to serve as accommodation for the nuns who worked in the Hospital, known locally as Magoo Hospital.The hospital held collections to help pay for health care for poor patients. During the First and Second World Wars, they tended injured soldiers and, over the years, tens of thousands of babies were born at the hospital’s maternity unit. Legendary performer George Formby died at the hospital following a heart attack on March 6, 1961. The hospital closed when the last sisters left nursing in 1982. It later became a care home, which closed down more than ten years ago. THE VISIT:- Been here before a few years ago but some new stuff has been found so had a wander back. The place is a major derp now but some great little features. THE SLAB OPERATING CHAPEL WHEN NATURE TAKES OVER LAUNDRY PRESS LAUNDRY
  15. Chernobyl zone then and now.

    love the concept great photos
×