following the decline of industries Sheffield offers plenty interns of urban exploring... from abandoned breweries, redundant steel works and leisure sites. It's difficult to experience all this in a single outing therefore I have compiled this into three years of exploring the city. Having started out at relatively low level explores and advancing this further to more harder to reach buildings here are some of the most important abandoned buildings Sheffield offers. If not for the buildings themselves Sheffield's street art is an important part of the explore. Often explorers take to photography for the art which is of a high standard coming from a far to experience this. Historically the buildings offer more than the art its self... the buildings often dating back to the victorian era give great scope to capture real history of the city. Often buildings have either been destroyed or are in the process of this. Been able to capture the buildings in their original state albeit a derelict one captures the cities past... and more importantly the history of British industry.
The blue meth church, visit on the last Trip 2k17 in east germany.
All doors are closed, so we have to climb in... for me the hell on earth
Blue meth church 01 by Miaro Digital, auf Flickr
Blue meth church 02 by Miaro Digital, auf Flickr
Blue meth church 03 by Miaro Digital, auf Flickr
Blue meth church 04 by Miaro Digital, auf Flickr
Blue meth church 05 by Miaro Digital, auf Flickr
Blue meth church 06 by Miaro Digital, auf Flickr
Blue meth church 07 by Miaro Digital, auf Flickr
Blue meth church 08 by Miaro Digital, auf Flickr
Another exploration from the past.
In the area were several mining operations in the 19th century and many of the miners suffered from pulmonary tuberculosis.
Therefore, in 1897, a sanatorium for the patients with lung disease and anemia was founded. In 1975, this sanatorium was converted into a rehabilitation clinic with physical therapy centre. It was closed in 2002.
In January 2009, the former clinic was vandalized for the first time. Unknown people broke into the building and sprayed several fire extinguishers. The police search for the perpetrators remained fruitless.
After many years of vacancy, there are plans to convert the building into apartments.
The large, L-shaped building had four floors and a newer extension. Exploring the interior was fascinating. The kitchen was almost completely furnished with stoves, large pots, cookware and much more. In many areas there were still furniture and interesting details, and on the lower floor the bathrooms and a swimming pool. I spent several hours there; it was lonely and quiet, and definitely a really worthwhile visit.
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