Jump to content

Recommended Posts

Here's a few of my doors and doorways.

 

I'll start with asylums, you're guaranteed to see lots and lots of photogenic doors...

 

5a8eb4bb5bd8a_IMG_3458_59_60_tonemappedcopy.jpg.456af5c2ce98c8f2c6744f2c9f62d6fb.jpg

 

5a8ee50916c0b_IMG_9917_8_9_tonemappedcopy.jpg.1cccdfbe9636480fbe66c79f4d63afe8.jpg

 

5a8ecd67c642f_IMG_3014_5_6_tonemappedcopy.jpg.88f6a0a079f7d24f0c2f7e3c66f71341.jpg

 

5a8ee446d3170_IMG_1343_4_5_8_tonemappedcopy.jpg.cd6ac17132a5f565c602ffc0b8505e0d.jpg

 

5a8edff58652d_IMG_1142_3_4_tonemappedcopy.jpg.c5deaf5935b76e6cd6c8dafe6f2073c3.jpg

 

 

Nuclear bunker blast door

 

5a8ee4a5b9b2a_IMG_8843copy.jpg.b1ea22db2c2cc936b610246eac4f84eb.jpg

 

 

Vagrants ward (remnant of an old workhouse)

 

5a8ebb0ed8f68_IMG_0293_5_6_7_tonemappedcopy.jpg.e3fe98a914016dc5839140c556348bcc.jpg

 

 

Prison H15

 

Image00002.jpg.7d2dfa2f174bdb5adf113f8ead8df931.jpg

 

 

 

Sheffield courthouse cell

 

5a8ed98389f98_IMG_1549_50_51_tonemappedcopy.jpg.1403745ba19478e507d906cdd0c43d6b.jpg

 

 

 

Pritzer Fac

 

5a8ed5c665757_IMG_2185_6_7_tonemappedcopycopy.jpg.45db67b9e89c1dae62ceace01573f7dd.jpg

 

IMG_2203.jpg.db2071d36b93cb274f089512fcb8d82c.jpg

 

 

 

Cambridge Military Hospital

 

5a8eb82be5564_IMG_4256_58_59_61_tonemappedcopy.jpg.6b96eb2ed8ba84e606795081a1e39e61.jpg

 

Image00003.jpg.3f5f6031e4dec76c7f51ac5185982e41.jpg

 

Childrens ward

 

Image00004.jpg.77df09d6afcc97a9d8d71b2555a9661b.jpg

 

And of course possibly the most iconic doors ever....

 

5a8edca3983ec_IMG_3915_7_8_9_tonemappedcopy.jpg.eb61cafff41aca49fc47e69e4e9b577c.jpg

 

 

 

 

  • Like 6

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Great theme and nice shots. Later I will have a look for some of my door-pics.

  • Like 2

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I took a lot photos of doors and doorways in recent years. Really many ...

Maybe you think now, I've finally gone crazy. ;) But I just couldn't decide which pictures still to leave out. So, it has become, ahm, "a few" more photos now ...

 

 

1

bild06.jpg

 

2

bild01.jpg

 

3

bild01.jpg

 

4

bild02.jpg

 

5

bild05.jpg

 

6

bild01.jpg

 

7

bild05.jpg

 

8

bild10.jpg

 

9

bild02.jpg

 

10

bild06.jpg

 

11

bild14.jpg

 

12

bild11.jpg

 

13

bild03.jpg

 

14

bild02.jpg

 

15

bild01.jpg

 

16

bild14.jpg

 

17

bild14.jpg

 

18

bild09.jpg

 

19

bild29.jpg

 

20

bild06.jpg

 

21

bild22.jpg

 

22

bild15.jpg

 

23

bild04.jpg

 

24

bild12.jpg

 

25

bild07.jpg

 

26

bild33.jpg

 

27

bild28.jpg

 

28

bild11.jpg

 

29

bild09.jpg

 

30

bild34.jpg

 

31

bild04.jpg

 

32

bild14.jpg

 

33

bild06.jpg

 

34

bild01.jpg

 

35

bild01.jpg

 

36

bild01.jpg

 

37

bild07.jpg

 

38

bild03.jpg

 

39

bild18.jpg

 

40

bild18.jpg

 

41

bild14.jpg

 

42

bild16.jpg

 

43

bild30.jpg

 

44

bild04.jpg

 

45

bild04.jpg

 

46

bild22.jpg

 

47

bild01.jpg

 

48

bild02.jpg

 

49

bild06.jpg

 

50

bild27.jpg

 

51

bild01.jpg

 

52

bild03.jpg

 

53

bild13.jpg

 

54

bild18.jpg

 

55

bild07.jpg

 

56

bild01.jpg

 

57

bild12.jpg

 

58

bild16.jpg

 

59

bild02.jpg

 

60

bild04.jpg

 

61

bild04.jpg

 

62

bild06.jpg

 

63

bild33.jpg

 

64

bild01.jpg

 

65

bild11.jpg

 

66

bild07.jpg

 

67

bild10.jpg

 

68

bild01.jpg

 

69

bild04.jpg

 

70

bild01.jpg

 

71

bild02.jpg

 

72

bild04.jpg

 

73

bild10.jpg

 

74

bild13.jpg

 

75

bild06.jpg

 

76

bild02.jpg

 

77

bild01.jpg

 

78

bild14.jpg

 

79

bild23.jpg

 

80

bild23.jpg

 

81

bild50.JPG

 

82

bild08.jpg

 

83

bild18.jpg

 

84

bild10.jpg

 

85

bild01.jpg

 

86

bild07.jpg

 

87

bild55.jpg

 

88

bild35.JPG

 

89

bild02.jpg

 

90

bild12.jpg

 

91

bild05.jpg

 

92

bild06.jpg

 

93

bild05.jpg

 

94

bild04.jpg

 

95

bild07.jpg

 

96

bild08.jpg

 

97

bild18.jpg

 

98

bild28.jpg

 

99

bild18.jpg

 

100

bild01.jpg

 

101

bild118.jpg

 

  • Like 5

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

  • Similar Content

    • By jane doe
      This was an old explore from 2012 , the church and school closed in  1977  and Im not sure if its still empty or has been redeveloped  







    • By Andy
      I took hundreds of pictures of beds in houses, hotels, hospitals and so on. Here is a selection of them.
       
       
      1

       
      2

       
      3

       
      4

       
      5

       
      6

       
      7

       
      8

       
      9

       
      10

       
      11

       
      12

       
      13

       
      14

       
       
      15

       
      16

       
      17

       
      18

       
      19

       
      20

       
      21

       
      22

       
      23

       
      24

       
      25

       
      26

       
      27

       
      28

       
      29

       
      30

       
      31

       
      32

       
      33

       
      34

       
      35

       
       
      Now show yours...  
       
       
    • By Landie_Man
      I visited this site on two separate occasions; once in early April with a non-explorer friend; and again a week later with Mookster and our American Explorer friend who is over on a uni placement. 
      The site is in the middle of a busy town, right on the main road and is in pretty good condition; not surprising as it only closed in  December 2017.  Inside its very very bare and only a few features redeem it.  It's nice and relaxed and all the power is still on, meaning that the cell panic alarms work and can be silenced from the central panel.  
       
      Brentwood is one of several Police Stations in Essex to close recently; Tim and I explored Witham Station on the first visit.
       
      The Police Station was built in 1937 and In December 2015 it was announced by Police and Crime Commissioner Nick Alston, that 15 police stations were to be closed to the public in Essex as part of a £63million spending cut. Brentwood Police Station was one of the 9 Police Stations closing completely. He stated that the buildings were buildings were no longer fit for purpose.
      "Police officers, not buildings, fight crime," Chief Constable Stephen Kavanagh said.
       
      "We spend too much on too many police buildings, many of which are either no longer fit for policing or are hardly used by the public to report crime.
      Bentwood Police station was eventually closed to the public in April 2016, and was finally fully vacated by the Police in December 2017. 
       
      Police Operations have now moved to the local Town Hall. The building was closed as it cost £10million per year in running costs, and would have cost a further £30million in maintenance to bring it to modern standards. 
       
      Kemsley LLP have recently announced the earmarking of Brentwood Police Station for proposed residential development. The former Police Station extends to approximately 2.75 acres and a planning application is to be submitted for 70-100 dwellings as part new builds,and part conversion of existing buildings.
       
      #1

       
      #2

       
      #3

       
      #4

       
      #5

       
      #6

       
      #7

       
      #8

       
      #9

       
      #10

       
      #11

       
      #12

       
      #13

       
      #14

       
      #15

       
      #16

       
      #18

       
      #19

       
      #20

       
      #21

       
      #22

       
      #23

       
      More At:
      https://www.flickr.com/photos/landie_man/albums/72157696171022175
    • By Doug
      Made by a bunch of Melbourne Cave Clan members and used by even more Melbourne Cave Clan members.
      It was so much fun. Definitely worth doing on a waterway near you
      It's a bit epic, but maybe someone out there will enjoy a look.
       
    • By The Urban Collective
      A stunning grade two listed gem decaying right on the high street.
       
      Featuring the stunning architecture of Alfred Waterhouse who also designed Strangeways prison the Manchester town hall.
       
      The main building has been used for many different purposes over the years as well as Prudential themselves. And the basement club was once a Berni inns restaurant (Cafe Monico)
      a chain that served a post-war British public such delight's as sherry schooners steak and chips and black forest gateau as well as becoming a dance club in the 90's.
       
      We had a wonderful two hours in this grade two listed time capsule. Hope you guys enjoy the pics as much as we enjoyed the explore.
       
      Thanks for any feedback
       
      The Urban Collective
      We Film It...
       
       
       
       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       


×