Demolition and Rebirth
The Hingham Naval Shipyard.
Naval Air Base
The Patriot Squadron  ghosts
of the past in South Weymouth.
We are committed to historical preservation and conservation. The value
of these intangible events and places are preserved for those who cannot
visit these sites. We are an exceptional Urban Exploration site where legal
notices are observed and all sites respected and safely explored.
Tour declassified military sites, and various other industrial
sites. Tour the relics of days gone by when the Northeast was in
full swing production of heavy war supplies:
What is the Sack Rabbit?
A first hand look at some of the
crew members of  the B-17 Flying
Fortress. A great story of the 487th
Bomb Group from Dorchester, MA
to Lavenham England to Easton,
MA. A virtual tour of some of the
WWII warbirds and the men who
flew them.
"Without  the duties of
these courageous warriors, we
would not have this peaceful day."
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Icons of Industry
The Fore River Basin.
Pirate ship Whydah: Cape Cods
treasure of Wellfleet.
USNS Sisler,
Medal of Honor
The K77 sank in 2007, raised
in 2008, scrapped in 2009.
***New name Southfield***
Click on Every Picture !
Feb 7, 2009
"Articulated Boom  Topples into
Downtown Boston Bookstore".
The Sack Rabbit was a B-17 that flew 34 missions over enemy territory during WWII.
95% Demolished: This WWII
ammunition base is now part of
Wompatuck State Park.