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  1. How to post a report using Flickr Flickr seems to change every time the wind changes direction so here's a quick guide on how to use it to post a report... Step 1 - Explore and take pictures Step 2 - Upload your chosen pictures to Flickr like this.. Step 3 - Once your images are successfully uploaded to flickr choose a category for the location that you have visited... Step 4 - Then "Start New Topic".. You will then see this screen... Step 5 - Now you are ready to add the image "links", known as "BBcodes", which allow your images to display correctly on forums.. Step 6 - Then click "select" followed by "view on photo page".. Now select "Share" shown below.. Step 7-13 - You will then see this screen... Just repeat those steps for each image until you're happy with your report and click "submit topic"! You can edit your report for 24 hours after posting to correct errors. If you notice a mistake outside of this window contact a moderator and they will happily rectify the problem for you
  2. a nice infiltration we found on the road
  3. A really nice infiltration, was amazing to walk in this factory
  4. The last location I did in 2015. It's not really a chateau, more like a big house, but codenames can be tricky sometimes I guess. The owner had lots of cars, on the last pictures I saw from other people there were more spectacular ones, but I guess they cleaned up the garden. A lot of mess in most rooms, but two of the rooms where actually quite worth photographing!
  5. A motorshop that lost the battle with fire....
  6. A very ugly industrie in Belgium, only the Staircase is nice... 1. Papier Maché 01 by Miaro Digital, auf Flickr 2. Papier Maché 02 by Miaro Digital, auf Flickr 3. Papier Maché 03 by Miaro Digital, auf Flickr 4. Papier Maché 04 by Miaro Digital, auf Flickr 5. Papier Maché 05 by Miaro Digital, auf Flickr
  7. December 2015 we made a visit at this Chateau in state of decay, upper floors are not quite safe and some places already collapsed. Still besides the big mess a lot to see at this Chateau. It was a nice visit! Yes the obvious photo of the 2 chairs an couch is missing, guess everybody has seen that a zillion times already 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: 6: 7: 9: 10: Thanks for watching! Hope you enjoyed this short serie. grts Peter.
  8. or in English "an old frenchman" found this beauty by accident so I had to stop to take this picture...the sun was almost gone but it made the sky look great
  9. An old rest home, they say it's abandoned since 2002. There was a lot of mold upstaires, wich didn't smell very nice so we put on some face masks. #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6
  10. An abandoned farm somewhere in the Belgian countryside... LOVELY!! ...Chez Bobonne... Thanks for 'avin a gander
  11. We accidentally stumbled upon this location when we thought we had found the entrance to the building we actually came for, but it turned out to be this doctors practice. It is a great location and I wished I had taken more time to explore. Entering the building was an adventure in itself I don't know the alias for this location so we decided to call it ''Le Doc''. I hope you enjoy this post. Cheers Rody
  12. When arriving I was a bit dissapointed since I've expected more from this location. It's really trashed and empty. The only exciting thing about the building was the rooftop and the hallways. A fun location for when you're around otherwise it's not worth the trip. Cheers, Rody
  13. A late autumn morning spent lurking in a HUGE decommissioned blast furnace, dodging trains and security patrols? Yep... That'll do nicely! . . . H F B . . . by As always, thanks for lookin in folks!
  14. After 18 months and 3 failed attempts it finally happened! An incredibly photogenic little Belgian farmhouse... ...Maison Gustav... Thanks for stoppin' by folks...
  15. I didn't really know what to expect since I knew they we're busy with the renovation. Luckily they weren't working on a saturday so entering the crypt was quite easy. It's still an amazing location and even though there were working tools lying around and most of the graves were bare I still got an uneasy feeling walking around. Cheers, Rody
  16. It was a morning it was sunny, 25 degrees. I already had a few hours of driving in my arms when I arrive at the castle. I do like my habit, a small tour around the castle to watch the outside architecture and also find an entry. I managed to find an entry that made me go through the underground. In the underground I find a small staircase to go up, it remains only a small door and I'm officialy in the place. My first impression (when i see the big orange staircase) was "there someone who still lives here" The furnitures are in perfect condition, nothing is damaged, the paint of some ceilings begins to flake ... I decides to explore at great speed in case something could happen. 45 minutes later, I'm outside and falls on the neighbors with whom I speak 1H. The neighbors, who are also the guardians of the castle tell me that since 1951 no one lives in the castle, but there is an owner today ... What luck to have been able to explore here. I let you appreciate the intérior. FULL SET on my web site: http://www.msixphotography.com/reports/gallery/chateau-jumanji/#reports Some pictures of this place:
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    Can't tell much about this one, but it was sure one of the scariest things I've done. Inside this "tower" was not much room to stand. We were like 10/15 meters above the ground, so I held on tight . Tnx for watching #1 #2 #3 #4
  18. Visited this one with @loocyloo and a couple of non members, and I think we picked just about the worst weekend to go away exploring! Was a light flurry of snow on our way to this one, and it was fooking cold to say the least! Lovely little place this, although it's a shame someone removed the wedding dress about a week before we got there As you can probably tell i've just bought a 50mm, so thought id give it a good go here! Not sure of this history on this place, but it looks like it's been abandoned for a while, and it certainly looks like it would've been a lovely place in it's prime! Thanks for looking!
  19. It took me a while before I've finally had the time to visit this cool Train. When you step on board, it's like you're traveling back in time... Have seen a lot of repo's from it, so it's hard to be creative. Hope you enjoy it. I gave it a little authentic look. #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7
  20. A quick trip across the ditch to Belgium with the good fella Darbians to see some lovely cream. Right in the middle of all the Migrant Crisis and Operation Stack. It took me about 10 hours to drive south to crash the night at Darbians, with the plan to leave early the next morning to hit up Belgium for a couple days. An early start for the 3 hour drive to the Chunnel, which then because of Operation Stack turned into an almost 5 hour drive, meaning we would pretty much miss out train! After a bit of a wait in border control, Darbs got a bit confused and swerved around a waiting car, resulting in us getting a full check of the car and Darbs getting the finger treatment! Somehow, we managed to just drive right to the boarding part and get on the next train while loads of others waited, still not sure how that happened. The first stop of the trip was to a hotel, but somehow I forgot to upload those pics to Flickr, but will do that another time, so the second stop of a trip was an evening jaunt to this lovely old Chateau, which has more recently been used as and probably is still used as a school. Access took quite a while to figure out, we tried several different windows, doors and basements, only to end up in a dead end, but the first one we tried but didn't go the right way turned out the be the correct one! Although fairly empty the fireplaces were rather nice, oh and a wee trip into the none derpy bit couldn't be avoided! Thanks for looking!
  21. After not exploring for what seemed like forever, it was time to get back out again.. and what better way to kick off with a euro! went away with loocyloo and a couple of non members, and had an absolute blast despite the loss of a memory card with half my pictures on:mad: What seemed like a relativity bland building from the outside was actually a lovely little place inside, the chapel being one of the my favourite features. Was a quiet, uneventful explore apart from getting absolutely soaked in a downpour on the way back to the car:thumb Thanks for looking:thumb
  22. Hi, My name is Timmy, a 32 year old guy who lives in Belgium. Like most of you, I'm addicted to exploring abandoned places, so most of my spare time I spend on that You can find some of my pictures on my Flickr page: https://www.flickr.com/photos/timmyvangenck/albums Or on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Timmsphotography
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