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  1. SpiderMonkey

    Germany Peppermint Powerplant - April 2017

    Peppermint Powerplant -  The plant was purpose built to aid a neighboring paper mill, which closed at the same time as the power plant. It contains a single Siemens set, which looks great in peppermint green. This was a fairly quick walk around because the place is so small, I didn't even...
  2. The_Raw

    Germany Wünsdorf Waldstadt, Germany - June 2017

    In 1910 a garrison of the Imperial German Army was established at the Waldstadt section of the Wünsdorf community. By the First World War in 1914 it had become Europe’s largest military base. During World War I it was the site of several prisoner-of-war camps, including the "crescent camp"...
  3. Andy

    Germany Hotel “am Waldbad” (visited 06/2017)

    The history of the building already begun in the 1850s. Originally, a wood factory was built on the property, which was destroyed by a fire in the second half of the 19th century. Then there was a brewery with a restaurant, later a holiday home / recreation home of the “Trade Union...
  4. The_Raw

    Germany Fliegerhorst Jüterbog-Damm, Germany - June 2017

    This was a solo venture while on a recent trip to Berlin. It's around 60km outside the city so it's a pain to reach by public transport but big enough to spend a few hours once you get there. The buildings are pretty empty but there are a few cool Soviet murals dotted around and very little...
  5. Andy

    Germany Villa linden (visited 06/2017)

    The villa from the Wilhelminian period was built in 1874 - 1880 on the site of a former farm. In the following years, various industrialists lived there. Later in use as a museum, 1945 as a Soviet hospital. After the Second World War the Villa was the seat of the Institute for Teacher Training...
  6. Andy

    Germany funeral carriage (visited 06/2017)

    The funeral carriage is in the side building of an empty, abandoned industrial hall. I don't know why, I have no information about this place.     1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   11   12  
  7. Andy

    Germany The pilgrim house (visited 04/2017)

    The little house in the middle of a small town was found by chance by a colleague. She told me about it and a few days later we went there together. It's near to a pilgrimage route, therefore the name. Judging by the year on a newspaper, it may have been inhabited until the beginning /...
  8. The_Raw

    Germany Summer Cottage, Germany - March 2017

    Visited with @Miss.Anthrope on a last minute trip to Germany to catch up with our friends @Andy & @MiaroDigital. Not my usual type of explore but there was some nice decay in here and everything left almost in a time capsule state so it made for some nice photos.  :)   1.   2.   3...
  9. franconiangirl

    Germany Small Chapel - Visited in December '16

    The small chapel is idyllically situated on the hillside. Standing at the foot of the hill, the building is almost invisble. Thanks to the season, the knowing eye is able to spot the chapel between the sparse vegetation. Following up the slope for few minutes, a small weather-beaten wall...
  10. Andy

    Germany Railway tunnel (visited 04/2017)

    The history of this railway line begins in the 19th century. In 1927 the tunnel with a length of 481 meters was completed. After financial problems, the route was officially inaugurated on 5. November 1932 - 65 years had passed from the first idea to the completion of the railway line. The...
  11. Andy

    Germany The final curtain (visited 02/2017)

      The ball room was part of an accommodation with restaurant and bowling alley. Built at the end of the 19th century, the building is in a very poor condition today and hardly to save anymore.     1   2   3   4   5   6   7  
  12. Andy

    Germany Hotel Green Garden (visited 03/2017)

    Inside of the abandoned, very damp hotel grew mosses, ferns and other plants. Based on the decay, it must have been closed many years ago.   Visited with @The_Raw, @Miss.Anthrope and @MiaroDigital.     1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   11  ...
  13. Andy

    Germany Mausoleum at the lake (visited 03/2017)

    The tomb contains the bones of an industrialist and his wife. The industrialist already died in the 1920s, but the mausoleum was only built in the mid-1950s. The bones were then relocated there. Although unfortunately locked, but still a nice exterior view. Visited with @The_Raw...
  14. Andy

    Germany summer cottage (visited 03/2017)

    A small summer cottage with nice decay in the middle of the woods. Nothing known about its history.  Visited with @The_Raw , @Miss.Anthrope and @MiaroDigital.  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
  15. Andy

    Germany underground cistern (visited 03/2017)

    A small underground cistern in Germany. Unfortunately, I have no information about the architectural history or how long it was in use. Visited with @The_Raw, @Miss.Anthrope and @MiaroDigital.     1   2   3   4   5   6    
  16. jones-y-gog

    Germany The Blue Hospital (Nov 2014)

    Visited with a non forum member - This hospital is part of a large former military camp which was taken over by the Red Army in 1945 until they left in 1990. Since then it has sat empty, slowly decaying. In my time I've happily wandered around many abandoned places with no bother including 4...
  17. Andy

    Germany Ballroom color (visited 02/2017)

        The former inn with a ballroom was already built at the end of the 19th century. After the closure in the 1990s, the building became more and more ruined.   The rest of the building was completely stripped and empty, so no photos from other rooms. Unfortunately, I couldn't find an...
  18. Andy

    The red ballroom (visited 02/2017)

        The ballroom was part of an inn. It already existed in the 19th century. I don't know when it was closed.   The decay was very nice, but floors and ceilings were partially already very broken.   By the way, the sunrays in the pics 4 & 5 are real and not a fake via photoshop. I...
  19. Andy

    Germany Graffiti barracks (visited 02/2017)

    Formerly, a barracks of the German Army was on the 610 m high hill. Later the area was in use by the US military. The directional antennas at the lattice tower were removed in 2007. Unfortunately a lot of trash and vandalism today, but still some nice details.     1   2   3   4...
  20. Andy

    Mausoleum of a baron (visited 02/2017)

    The mausoleum is the burial site of a baron (died in the late 19th century). The building is located on a hill in the middle of the forest.     1   2   3   4   5   6   7