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  1. Evening Oblivionistas!!! Welcome back to the continued adventures of N.K.P.S. on our recent '1100 Belgium Tour'... After our Antwerp Hell Drive and After Dark Pickled Pig Excursion on day 1, we were a bit knackered, so being as tight as the proverbial drum we decided on a derp establishment to rest our weary swedes... 'WELCOME TO THE MOTEL DAS WAHLFART' (Pictures from both of us as usual) 'Right then bab... Time for Maison Morphine! Hop on I'll give yer a backy... That's it for now peeps... Keep em peeled for the next remedial instalment!!
  2. You join me n NK as we draw near to the end of day 1 of 'The N.K.P.S 1100 Belgium Tour', by this point we'd both been awake for about 32 hours but fuelled with copious amounts of coffee and roll ups, we forged ahead to our next destination... By Belgian standards its a bit fooked, by UK standards though its a bit nice!! Heres some pics from the pair of us... ...Villa Doktor... And just enough time in the day to fit another one in!! Bit of a strange one this... Felt a bit 'weird'! But still very photogenic due to all the bits left behind, although some thieving little shite has half inched the skull AND the living room lights!! GRRRR!! ...Maison Islam... And there it is... 1 day down, 2 to go! Oh, and we've got some night visits show ya too!! KEEP 'EM PEELED... N.K.P.S OUT!!
  3. Hello, No history can be found on this place. Really creepy place to walk around. Loads of stuffed birds all over the place. All the pictures on the wall with eyes seem to follow you around! Thank You!
  4. No story about this mansion, all covered by the nature... http://www.flickr.com/photos/haileiselassie/sets/72157635980698983/ Uploaded with ImageShack.us Uploaded with ImageShack.us Uploaded with ImageShack.us Uploaded with ImageShack.us
  5. This place was a real time capsule! Thanks For Looking!
  6. Another old report, since I'm kinda lacking time at the moment to process the remaining 75+ sets I still have lying around... Not sure about the history of the place, but the owner must have been sort of crazy to get his house done in this Egyptian style... Very sad to see this place in this state though... Must have been awesome once. At the moment it's properly protected, as it became cultural heritage in Oct. 2012. Glad I managed to visit this place before then... Anyway. on with the pics; 1# 2# 3# 4# 5# 6# 7# 8# 9# 10# 11# 12# 13# 14# 15# 16# Thanks for watching!!!
  7. Right, first one in a while as I've said before I don't tend to edit a full set of pictures from a particular location straightaway. This was our first visit at the end of July. Straight off the Eurostar before lunchtime, picked up the car and drove the half hour to the first location. I heard that this was difficult at certain times of the day or the week but as it was Friday lunchtime and assuming that the occupants of the house next door whos drive we had to wander down were at work, we parked away from the place and walked down to it and in. My mates Sean and Neil had never been over the pond for an explore so it was a good one to start with and was the start of the warm 3 days we had where sweating became the norm! Unsure on the history of when this rectory/convent was abandoned but seems to be a while now. On with some photos. Thanks for looking in. Tim
  8. Another one I held off posting due to a few reports already floating round at the time. Not much to say about this place really except it is probably my single favourite abandoned Belgian house out there, it's a special place. Kind of sad as well, being in these properties with hundreds of personal items left behind is quite sobering. More here http://www.flickr.com/photos/mookie427/sets/72157633068073134/
  9. A great little house set in its own grounds in a sleepy Belgium village , we were just to late with this one most of the goodies had been removed by the time we got here so heres what we saw ..... 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Now no road trip is complete with out a bit a graffiti or street art Mr.Mass sorted this one out a factory well gutted but with around 40 or so Roa pieces access was no joke a human ladder was needed all part of the fun 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. Preventorium D a huge hospital site totally stripped but worth a look in if your in the area 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. Thanks for looking Oldskool..........
  10. Blowing the dust of my urbex files ....been along time sitting on my computer thought id pop out of retirement and share an experience. Villa Dennis ....we drove right past this place , glancing back to the left i heard a shout OI is that it !!!! Yup 4sure that be it Ok middle of the week do we, don't we, heard tales of the owner being 200 yards down the road so we parked up on the opposite side of the road and collected our thoughts on the matter......also theres a blue car parked right outside the front of the villa .Now not knowing the location or the country i decide to drive down and park right in front of the villa to check out said blue car .Cloaked up is on a mission scouting about the car he sees bath panels also the front window is open FUCK ....renovation springs to mind , he returns to the car (thinking caps on ) cough cough splutter splutter sip of beer erm erm .....0k reach forward remove tom tom form screen, i say to clocked up ...dude go knock on the door and ask directions for Brussels ....without question he does .....this were things get really fucked up low and behold someone opens the front door lol whos stood in front of us ....1.the owner 2.the police 3.a farmer nah only a local urbexer who is just there for a mooch with no camera later after a chat i found it to be Carina Verbist....nice to meet you on with the explore and the photos 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. Thanks for looking Mr.Oldskool (maybe back in the game or maybe not)
  11. Another site from my week-long Belgian extravaganza. This from before it started to snow, and instead was pouring with rain! Villa Wallfahrt is another place I had wanted to see for a long, long time. It's pretty much Belgian exploration as a whole personified in one location. Details on when this rectory/convent became abandoned are pretty scarce but it is believed to be a few years ago now, and the entire place is stuffed full of epic. When making our entrance there was a bit of pure comedy, we chose the hard way in and on hearing voices inside I ventured into the hallway to investigate and walked right into a Dutch guy's shot! He was there with another two people and luckily he spoke good English so we were able to have a bit of a laugh, and decided the best plan would be for them to start downstairs whilst we began the explore upstairs. More here http://www.flickr.com/photos/mookie427/sets/72157633004562871/
  12. Ok, one of the explores from last year... Quite a cool one, although I didn't feel very comfortable there. We had to enter thru a room with sleeping junkies and they definitely outnumbered us, so we tried to be quick and quite.. Somehow it's an old, but much forgotten location. Haven't seen many reports on this place, even though it's quite a nice one. A little bit of history: The beautiful old villa is located only a few hundred meters from the Polish border in Germany. It got build in 1875 for the family Hagspihl, who used part of the villa as office and the rest for living. After the war, the building had various purposes and at one point became a school, as you can clearly see inside. Not sure when, who and why they left, but judging on the state of the building, they are gone for a while. The outside pic's already show a big building, but it's only a very small part of the whole thing that you can actually see from the front. Seriously, this place is massive. Since we were on a tight schedule and didn't feel completely comfortable, we left after 1,5 hours or so, but still managed to see most of it. Ok, on with the pics... (Apology upfront, this is definitely not my greatest set... Actually, it's quite bad, but I'd still like to share them..) 1# 2# 3# 4# 5# 6# 7# 8# 9# 10# Couple of more shots on my Flickr: Villa Hagspihl (HDR) THNX 4 looking!!
  13. lovely house inside a quiet town in belgium, As far as I know this Villa has been build by a Priest in 1897 and also weares the name 'Villa Das' and 'Manoir de la Chapelle'. It has a lot of religious statues and a huge Maria statue without hands in the chapel which is still there! According to the Sister of the monastery next to the Villa, the previous owner has been taken into the hospital and died there. His son inherited the house, but doesn't want to sell it cause of the divorce with his wife which would get half of the yield. Therefore it's in decay with all furniture inside waiting to be accepted by someone who wants to renovate it and give it a new life. It's in this condition for years now. taken from (http://www.damona-art.com/villa-wallfahrt) <- Also take note look how everythings been moved about! i like to put things back where i find them! Villa Wallfhart - Urbex - Belgium - March 2013 by M.Perry Photography, on Flickr Villa Wallfhart - Urbex - Belgium - March 2013 by M.Perry Photography, on Flickr Villa Wallfhart - Urbex - Belgium - March 2013 by M.Perry Photography, on Flickr Villa Wallfhart - Urbex - Belgium - March 2013 by M.Perry Photography, on Flickr Villa Wallfhart - Urbex - Belgium - March 2013 by M.Perry Photography, on Flickr Villa Wallfhart - Urbex - Belgium - March 2013 by M.Perry Photography, on Flickr Villa Wallfhart - Urbex - Belgium - March 2013 by M.Perry Photography, on Flickr Villa Wallfhart - Urbex - Belgium - March 2013 by M.Perry Photography, on Flickr </center>
  14. A great little house set in its own grounds in a sleepy Belgium village , we were just to late with this one most of the goodies had been removed by the time we got here so heres what we saw ..... 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Now no road trip is complete with out a bit a graffiti or street art Mr.Mass sorted this one out a factory well gutted but with around 40 or so Roa pieces access was no joke a human ladder was needed all part of the fun 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. Preventorium D a huge hospital site totally stripped but worth a look in if your in the area 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. Thanks for looking Oldskool............
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