Portals of London: urban exploration to discover gateways to alternative universe


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Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2018/10/19/thin-places.html


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ALL the portals are portals to alternate universes.
When I go through one I find myself now either outside or inside…
… and EVERYTHING is different in precisely that way.


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If he finds one where Trump doesn’t exist, and the GOP care about something other than money, being racist, being sexist and themselves, I hope he sends word back. Or even just one where it rains donuts.


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I have always loved the idea of urban exploration, buuut I live in Canada;
Old buildings (usually) have to be torn down instead of being left to rot.

(There’s usually a reason why a decrepit building is left standing: sometimes the owners want to leave it, or the municipality doesn’t have the budget that year if there isn’t a billable owner, etc)


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I’ve always found the catalogue of UK entrances to Hell to be one of the most useful sites on the net: http://www.entrances2hell.co.uk/


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Stupendous! I have no idea how Forgotten NY, Ghosts of DC, and dozens of similar blogs get by (and they do) without the veneer of baroque-ish whimsy and needless theater. How? Do? They? Do? It?


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