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France Prison H15 Visited February 2014

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Hi,

A couple of weeks back we visited this location.

It's quite large, as we walked around there for about 5 hours. And we didn't even see everything. But it's a really nice location. It looks like it's abandoned for 10 years, although it's only been abandoned since 2011.

I had my Canon 500D with me, but also 2 GoPro's. So expect to see a movie in the right section on this forum ;).

But here are some pictures i've made.

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Sorry about the big selection, i already excluded a lot, and it was difficult ;)

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Nice photographs mate but jesus how quickly the place has decayed and gone down hill in general!

Thanks, yeah this is my first visit to this location but a lot of people say that.

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Thanks, yeah this is my first visit to this location but a lot of people say that.

decay is good but ive seen many from here and the spray paint people and metal fairies have been hard at work.which is a shame

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decay is good but ive seen many from here and the spray paint people and metal fairies have been hard at work.which is a shame

Yep, and i think a lot of this (especially the "metal fairies") is because of the gypsy camp next to it ;)

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Yep, and i think a lot of this (especially the "metal fairies") is because of the gypsy camp next to it ;)

yes that was a bit lively when i visited and a lot worse since im told

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