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  1. Gambit

    Chateau Miranda, July 2014

    We knew we were close, and although we tried to find the location by driving around, we really weren’t getting any closer. So it was a case of parking the car and seeing if we could locate it on foot. There was what appeared to be a path leading up towards a possible, so we started up. More...
  2. Vancolen Kevin

    Chateau De L'eau (visit 2015)

    Chateau De L'eau by Vancolen Photography, on Flickr Chateau De L'eau by Vancolen Photography, on Flickr Chateau De L'eau by Vancolen Photography, on Flickr Chateau De L'eau by Vancolen Photography, on Flickr Chateau De L'eau by Vancolen Photography, on Flickr Chateau De L'eau by Vancolen...
  3. Ghostpast

    Chateau Noisy, feb 2015

    On of the most amazing buildings i have ever explored, because of: Its rotting there for around 25 years. Its kinda dangerous, as you might see in the pics complete walls and floors are missing. Loads of decay. its the first location i ever found myself. wanted to visit this place for 3...
  4. Ghostpast

    Chateau Congo, Feb 2015

    A small castle, somewhere in Belgium. Vandals did a part of their job, but decay is deffinetly King in this castle. #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 #10 #11
  5. darbians

    Chateau De Carnelle: May 2014

    This was a bit of a whim, I wasn't even sure if it was still abandoned. All I knew was it looked the nuts. Proj3ct M4yh3m and Andy K were unsure of how good it could be until we pulled up outside. Still unsure of the status of the site we wandered towards the grand chateau getting in each...
  6. darbians

    Chateau Du Cavalier May 2014

    A large chateau in France had been abandoned for sometime. Sadly I can't find much history on the place. It has recently been sold for 500k and hopefully renovations will start soon. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Thanks for looking you can find a few more images at Chateau Du...
  7. urbexonline

    Château Lumière | visited in Feb 2014

    I have visited this already known location in February 2014. The history should be clear i think. ;) I just tried to get some other point of view in my pictures of lumiere. attic white_room basement clothes_line citro�n_front floor1 grotto handle headless_saint_mary...
  8. Andy

    Chateau Sanatorium (visited 08/2014)

    The history of the castle from the 18th century dates back to the 12th century. Last it was used as a sanatorium. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 (The red light comes from a foil at the window.) 21 22 23
  9. brainblow

    Chateau Rouge ( Dec 2014 )

    Past sunday I visited this incredible Chateau. Lots of decay. Enjoy...
  10. Stussy

    Chateau Rochendaal - July 2014

    Last location of the Summer Euro Tour and it was this lovely derp mansion. On my haste to get in and get it down i almost broke my ankle jumping in a window (yes the door was open the other side!) so I hobbled around this site did a couple shots, missed the main room and headed back to the...
  11. Andy

    Chateau de la Baronesse (visited May 2013)

    I discovered the castle from the 18th century, a few years ago on an aerial view on the internet. But somehow it got then forgotten again, so I visited it just more than a year later. Later, I talked with a woman from the village who knew to tell interesting details about the castle (which I do...
  12. OverArch

    Chateau HB (BE) - October 2014

    Chateau HB I'm not sure if this place has a code name so I made one up! I'm also not really sure of the history of this place other than it seems to date from the late 18th century and has probably had extensions and additions over the years, and probably ended its useful life with a fire - as...
  13. DugieUK

    Chateau Lumiere, November 2014

    Château Lumiere, France Visited with: PG UE, Nick Whitworth and Scott Chadwick. Visit date: November 2014 Please Note: Entry is always through an open access point and not by forcing our way in….. We are explorers, not vandals. History Château Lumiere was built in the early...
  14. Andy

    Chateau de Noisy (2009 - 2012)

    Basically I guess I do not need to tell anything about this place, because I think it is one of the most known abandoned castles ... But nevertheless here still a few historical data: In the 18th century, the owner of the neighboring castle were evicted from their property and found shelter in...
  15. darbians

    Chateau De Faisans May 2014

    Set in spacious grounds on the outskirts of a quaint French village resides Chateau De Faisans. Built in the late 19th century it has quite a classic look with one turret which encases a spiral staircase. Some beautiful ornate features include a large internal glass dome above the main...
  16. darbians

    Chateau Venetia Sept 2014

    Built late in the 18th century by a notable family of the city, this stunning mansion has been left abandoned for sometime. I believe its last use was as a hotel. Around 1930 it was split into seperate properties but was later on combined back to one building. It had been purchased around ten...
  17. darbians

    Chateau De Bois July 2014

    Last use was a restaurant and it was for sale at what I think is a bargain price. This place is pristine. Was a bit of wary outside even though it was dark, we could see lights on and was wandering if it was the right building. Once inside we thought we saw PIRs and then some sensor buzzing at...
  18. SpiderMonkey

    Chateau Zakspeed, Oct 14

    Hello there! Second port of call of the euro trip day two! Liked this one, sadly wrecked but does have a nice entrance hall and staircase and some nice bits of furniture dotted around. Not a lot of history here. Anyway, on with the pics: Cheers, SM :thumb
  19. DugieUK

    Chateau D'ah, Belgium - September 2014

    Château D'ah, Belgium Visited with: PG UE, Carl Hartley, Nick Whitworth and Scott Chadwick. Visit date: September 2014 Please Note: Entry is always through an open access point and not by forcing our way in….. We are explorers, not vandals. History I cannot find any history on this...
  20. DugieUK

    Chateau Verdure, France, September 2014

    Location #2 of the ‘Who’s hand was that Tour’ - Chateau Verdure History I cannot seem to find any history for this chateau, however, if or when I do I will update theis post. My Visit This Chateau is located in a more affluent neighbourhood than our first location. The building is hidden...