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  1. urbexosaurus

    Germany Wasserheil (Dec - 2015)

    One of those accidental explores. Got redirected by Google Maps due to accident on highway and stumbled across this cute looking bathhouse. With daylight fading fast we made a very quick run through the building and took a couple of shots. Nothing special, but still a nice way to spend 30...
  2. Ghost-Scooter

    Germany 7 Zwerge (7 dwarfs) - visited 06/2019

    I allways categorize pins in my map regarding the attractiveness of the location (lost = trash(ed), toll = good one, HAMMER = fantastic - let's go). Yesterday I decided to visit some farm houses that were on my list for a long time. As my success rate was low in the late afternoon I decided to...
  3. Andy

    Germany Kammerwoog Outdoor Pool (visited 03/2019)

    The swimming pool was already built in 1958. In the early 2000s, the city council decided, in future to operate only one of the two swimming pools of the town for cost reasons, which is why Kammerwoog was closed in 2004. In 2014 there were plans by a development association to rehabilitate the...
  4. Andy

    Germany Fashion Jewelry Manufactory (visited 03/2019)

    The jewelry factory was particularly specializing in fashion jewelry. However, with the competition from low-wage countries, it became increasingly difficult for the German costume jewelery factories, which is why this manufactory was finally closed. Many furniture and machines have been...
  5. ForgottenBuildings

    Germany Zeche Elephant - March 2019

    History This colliery was opened in 1901 due to the increasing demand of coal in this heavy industrialized area of Germany. After that this coal mine grew rapidly in the amount of employees and the amount of coal that was made in this place, this complex made on its peak around 9000 tons coal...
  6. SpiderMonkey

    Germany Zeche HR - May 2019

    Before heading to this colliery, we had been viewing photos of the recent demolition. Images of headstocks lying crumpled on the ground didn't exactly give us much hope, but without any other options until much later in the day, we headed on to see if there was at least a scrap of something nice...
  7. Ghost-Scooter

    Germany Zeche P. - visited 04/2019

    I know the Ruhr region being active from many trips to visit my grandparents in my childhood. Chimneys were smoking all over the way on the left or right of the highway. Last year the last active coal mine was closed. So I definately had to explore an old mine. Unfortunately I decided for the...
  8. Ghost-Scooter

    Germany Rosemarie's Haus - visited 04/2019

    It had 27°C when I visited Rosemarie's really tiny mold house.  Humidity and mold hampered breathing. The narrowness inside made it hard to find a good postion for the camera. Sadly there were hardly no personal things left but anyway.. that's the way I like it ..  uh-huh, uh-huh  #1 #2...
  9. Andy

    Germany Home of memories (visited 03/2019)

    Two abandoned houses, located on a hillside plot in a small town. One of them was once inhabited by an engraver of stones. I couldn't find out more about the houses, so I don't know when they were abandoned. In the interior there were still many memorabilia and a lot of old photos. THE...
  10. Ghost-Scooter

    Germany St. Urban Church April 2019

    Built in the early 20th century this church closed its doors in 2008. Although there was an open window and a ladder I decided to take the way through the tubular shaft beneath the church to enter the location.  It has been something I've been looking forward to since planning the trip...
  11. Andy

    Germany Railway depot (visited 03/2019)

    The railway depot was built next to the passenger station in the middle of the 19th century. It included workshops for the repair of trains, such as a carpentry and a locksmithing / metalworking. The first building was demolished at the end of the 19th century and has been rebuilt new &amp...
  12. Himeiji

    Germany Stuttgart underground

    A few pictures from my recent trip to Stuttgart.  Right before going to metro, already at the entrance of the tunnel, I recalled that this night the clock is being changed to summer time, so we have one hour less for exploring. Oh... Well, let's go anyway. We walked a few hundred meters and...
  13. Vancolen Kevin

    Germany Terrecotta Army (visit march '19)

    A strange place, fake as f*** , but awesome to see and wander around 
  14. ForgottenBuildings

    Germany Bergwerk DB - March 2019

    History This coal mine was established in 1910 and was funded by the Prussian empire. This facility contained two elevator towers. In 1912 the construction began on a cokes plant right next to the coal mine. In 1943 the mine shut down due to the second world war, after 6 years the mine...
  15. franconiangirl

    Germany Shooting Range of the German Wehrmacht Oct. '18

    In the middle of the woods, they appear all of a sudden: giant walls and ruins as well as holes hidden beneath branchwood and covered by foliage - the remnants of an old shooting range of the German Wehrmacht (the armed forces of Nazi-Germany). Even the soil itself is still cotaminated by...
  16. Tomvandutch

    Germany Cinema

    In the 1950s, this cinema, with its 1,000 seats, was one of the largest in Germany. It has been over 100 years since the cinema opened. Now it has not been used as a cinema for nearly 30 years. Then the lower area was rebuilt and still used as a disco. But that too has been several years now.
  17. A

    Germany White Gold - abandoned porcelain factory with everything left inside. [02/19]

    This is one for the history books, I am really unsure how long this factory will stay how it is. It's one of the best, if not the best spot, that I have ever visited. It looked like there had been some vandalism at first when we entered, but in the upper and other parts of the factory...
  18. Benjamin W.

    Germany Textima office building (01/2015)

    The office building of the Textima company in east germany was left behind with most of the stuff inside after the wall was fallen. Really beautiful to see the natural decay without much of vandalism. We couldn't see everything of the building cause the demolishing had already started while we...
  19. Tomvandutch

    Germany The shelter hospital (Jan 2019)

    During the Cold War, this bunker was built as an auxiliary hospital. The overlying school was opened in the 60s while the hospital was officially inaugurated in the 80s. It offered 2,370 places and never went into operation. At the turn of the millennium, it was relieved of its...
  20. Tomvandutch

    Germany Hotel Cinema (Oct. 2018)

    The location combined hotel, bar and cinema. The operation was discontinued in the 90's. It used to be the meeting place in this small, rural community, today the decay continues incessantly.