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  1. Andy

    Orfanotrofio e Chiesa St. Josef (visited 07/2015)

    A former children's home with a chapel. Unfortunately, I know nothing about its history. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
  2. Andy

    Chiesetta dei Boschi (visited 07/2015)

    A short stop; visited with Miaro Digital on our this year's Italy-tour. Built between the 17th and 18th centuries, the small Italian church was seat of a parish in the mid-19th century. Since 1960 it has been hardly used. In the early 1980s, a wedding was performed here the last time, in 1990...
  3. Andy

    A small bunker (visited 05/2015)

    Visited with The_Raw, skeleton key, extreme_ironing and MiaroDigital in the last night of our UK-Tour. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
  4. Bibendum

    Monastère de H (Visited 2011) -2015

    Golden Oldies for the win! Taken in 2011 and reconverted since then, the Monastère de H (aka Monastère de TF). This monastry was build in the 1930s and abandoned by the beginning of the new century. It was build on top of the remains of a 13th century castle but I couldn't detect any remains...
  5. Andy

    Kostel Panny Marie / CZ (visited 05/2015)

    The former village was first mentioned in 1513. After a chapel of 1717, 1736 the foundation stone was laid for the church. The nave was closed late 19th century as places of worship, the renovation started in 1903. Mid-20th century all Germans had left the place. Some buildings were inhabited by...
  6. raYx1337

    Hotel Myst (Visited June 2015)

    A great hotel in Germany. I already visited it about 20 times; I saw the change of it. Most rooms are already trashed or demolished, but there are also some nice spots in there :) Never go in there without a good mask! Too much mould, it isn't healthy at all. The building burned already two...
  7. Art 'n Decay

    Manicomio di R - Busted at Il Classico - visited may 2015

    Manicomio di R - visited may 2015 Manicomio di R, one of the most precious and famous asylums in Italy So this one we had to do, and we did... for like 20 minutes :-( We decided to do the underground-route because that was the 'most unseen' one. Once on groundfloor, we were welcomed in the...
  8. Art 'n Decay

    Knitwear Factory - visited may 2015

    Knitwear Factory - may 2015 This knitwear factory is my personal number one during our six day italian tour. Actually, it even was one of the big reasons making the choice to explore this country this time. And believe me, my friends... I am really not that big of a religious person, but boy...
  9. Andy

    Water tower, HMS Ganges (visited 05/2015)

    Visited with Maniac, The_Raw and MiaroDigital. The tower was originally a Martello tower which was part of the UK Napoleonic defenses, there were over 100 of these towers built along the south coast in the 1800's. It was converted into a water tower in 1902 (in fact there are two of them on the...
  10. Andy

    Hotel Flanell (visited 05/2015)

    Already very broken and also difficult to photograph around the graffitis (partly I've retouched them). 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
  11. Andy

    Bawdsey R3 Rotor Bunker (visited 05/2015)

    Bawdsey was an RAF station situated on the eastern coast in Suffolk, England. Also known as Bawdsey Research Station (BRS), the first Chain Home radar station was built there, characterized by eight tall masts, four for transmitting and four for receiving. When the research group moved to Dundee...
  12. Andy

    The castle at the roadside (visited 05/2015)

    Unfortunately completely gutted and therefore of photographic point of view a bit monotonous. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
  13. urbexonline

    Atlantic Wall Bunker {visited in August 2014}

    The bunker is located in the dunes of ÃŽle de Noirmoutier , an island in france.
  14. Andy

    Pool Park Hospital (visited 05/2015)

    Visited with The_Raw and MiaroDigital. Pool Park House was built for the second Lord Bagot in 1826-29. In order to counteract the overcrowding of the Denbigh Asylum, the North Wales Counties Mental Hospital bought Pool Park House and opened there a home for mentally ill people in 1937, with...
  15. urbexonline

    Laundry Plant {visited in April 2015}

    The Laundry Plant was built in the early 19th century. It belonged to a Lung Sanatorium. Since the closing in the 1990s, the area is decaying rapidly. And my favourite shot from there: A GoPro clip will follow soon...
  16. Andy

    Rehabilitation clinic "Rumburak" (visited 05/2015)

    An oldie with beautiful decay. The health care clinic near the Czech border was part of a rehabilitation center for rheumatology. When the building no longer met the growing demands, it were given up and a new clinic was built close to it. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11...
  17. Andy

    The forgotten bailiwick / deserted settlement (visited 05/2015)

    The last stop on a tour. On the web you will find hardly any information about that place, located at the forest edge. Neither about its colonization, nor when it was abandoned. I only know that there was a bailiwick until the end of the 17th century. Several buildings were demolished in...
  18. Andy

    Islamic School (visited 05/2015)

    On tour with skeleton key, Lara and MiaroDigital. To the former Catholic school building also belongs this church. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
  19. Andy

    Culture & event hall / CZ (visited 05/2015)

    Unfortunately, I don't know any history. By the way, all photos were only taken from the outside, through the bars of the windows. Therefore, no access was possible - or if, only by a deep cellar window. But even that wasn't possible because of local residents. So I only took a few photos from...
  20. Andy

    The Celuan Textile Mill (visited 05/2015)

    Visited with Lenston, The_Raw and MiaroDigital A really nice place with many wonderful details. History (acquired by Lenston) Out of the 5 mills situated in Talybont the mill was the only one built on the banks of the River Celuan. It is sometimes refereed to as Heron Mill. Built in 1847 by...

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