When I was a kid I was fascinated by space. I used to build Lego cosmodromes that sent little plastic men on imaginary journeys across the galaxy. But at the same time these guys were doing it for real. This is Buran, the space plane that represented the pride and hopes of the Soviet people
Baikonur is a closed Russian City in the Kazakhstan desert. The town serves the active Russian Cosmodrome where Soyuz rockets are still launched.
The launch of the Soyuz MS-15 from Baikonur Cosmodrome in 2019 took the first Astronaut from the UAE into space.
Harpur Hill is now home to the UK Health and Safety Executive Laboratories, but was formerly a World War II bomb store, RAF 28 MU Harpur Hill. Its an interesting site to say the least.
A former chemical weapons factory in the UK producing pyro and mustard gas which later played a role in the development of the worlds first atomic bomb and whose huge underground storage tunnels were once considered as a location to store the nations gold reserves in times of war.
Vehicles of the exclusion zone is a short video featuring just some of the vehicles that have become victim of the Chernobyl Power Station disaster of 1986.
What was once, one of the most secret places on earth now lies abandoned within the radioactive Chernobyl Exclusion Zone. One of the first videos from our week long filming trip.
Rare photos from a trip in September 2015 inside the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, including photos from the reactor 3/4 building and reactor 3 control room. Reactor 4 exploded in an accident in 1986 and is still chucking out radiation today!
Under Kiev a mass of drains, underground rivers, metro tunnels, bunkers and cable shafts link the under ground world with the surface. This is a short video of our afternoon exploring some of them.
Heeresbekleidungsamt is a former NAZI Uniform factory which, after WWII, was taken by the Soviets. With its own railway sidings the Russians found it an idea place to process their plunders of war before sending them back to Moscow by rail.
An abandoned Soviet Russian coal mine at Grumant and the associated port and settlement at Coles Bay on Spitsbergen in the Arctic
Saddam’s Palace overlooking Ancient Babylon, Iraq. Visited in 2012 after the American led invasion and before Iraq spiralled into civil war following their withdrawal.