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Posted Tuesday, August 15, 2017 - 07:59
Exploring abandoned hotels usually means looking for interesting items, baths or pools as most rooms look exactly the same – the Mindfuck Hotel was different...
Posted Wednesday, August 9, 2017 - 07:59
The Patton Barracks in Heidelberg, once the headquarters of the United States Army Garrison Heidelberg, were closed in 2013, along with the nearby Patrick Henry Village...
Posted Wednesday, August 9, 2017 - 05:30

There’s something undeniably sad about an abandoned amusement park. It’s easy to imagine that they were once the stuff of a family’s dream vacation, filled with the sound of laughter and excitement, perhaps even the odd argument, as families tried to decide what to do first. The above video reveals the ruins of Koga Family Land in Japan.

Abandoned Kansai reports that the park in Shiga Prefecture has stood eerily silent for more...

Posted Monday, August 7, 2017 - 15:44
It's no secret that I am really a fan of the Soviet relics you can find in Eastern Germany, so whenever I get the chance, I have to check them out. My wife isn't too much into all the military stuff, but she is fond of a nice walk in the park, so to speak, so when the opportunity arose for a quick stop at this abandoned Soviet airfield on the way up North towards the end of last years summer vacation, of course we took it.
The weather was great, but as a lot of times in these locations, parking was a bit of a problem. There were no regular parking places, so we just parked in an industrial area near a junkyard and a dog training area. There were a bunch of obscure-looking people around, but the attraction of the airfield was bigger that our desire for security.
The parking spot...
Posted Saturday, August 5, 2017 - 09:31
It was the morning my wife and I were going to leave the Harz mountains to drive North and visit a friend of ours - and maybe some nice spots on the way.
Walking through town the day before, we had discovered the ruin of an abandoned hotel. Part of this hotel had been burned down and demolished about two years earlier, but the other part was still standing, so we decided to take a look the following morning before we left.
Getting on the premises was easy enough - just jump over the fence. Exploring the pool and spa area and the first couple of rooms was easy as well; there was an open door just by the side of the building.
Getting to the hotel's remaining rooms proved to be the hard part. The way led around the back part of the building which was right next to another road...
Posted Friday, August 4, 2017 - 16:04
It was our (I think) fifth visit to the old sanatorium. It was after all the last full day we were going to spend in the Harz mountains this time, and although we had visited Jens a couple of days earlier just to say Hi, we had decided to drop by again.
Jens has become a friend over the years, and it's always really nice to see him, share stories over coffee or beer and go for a little stroll through the hallways of the old sanatorium.
This time was no different. We stayed much longer than we had originally planned, but since we didn't have any other spots to go or places to be that day, we really enjoyed the evening up in the forests high in the mountains.
We regretfully left when it got dark because we had reservations for dinner. It was actually too bad, because we could...
Posted Thursday, August 3, 2017 - 07:09

Eleanor's Byre, Northumberland.(Images: Urban Ghosts. Eleanor’s Byre, Northumberland)

Yesterday I stopped for a coffee at a pleasant cafe called...

Posted Wednesday, August 2, 2017 - 08:02
It has been quite a while since I last explored an abandoned wooden hospital in Japan, so this was quite exciting for an early Saturday morning...
Posted Wednesday, August 2, 2017 - 06:20

Abandoned doll in Football Hole, Northumberland. (Image: Urban Ghosts)

Just north of the small fishing village of Low Newton by the Sea, on the Northumberland coast, lies the secluded Football Hole...

Posted Monday, July 31, 2017 - 17:14
On the way back from the railway repair factory, we checked out the remains of an old iron mine. Parts of it are now a museum, but since it was getting late, we only stopped to check out if the administration buildings are worth a visit. After running into what felt like an ocean of mosquitos, we decided that it wasn't and drove back into town to get some dinner.
After dinner, we went for a little walk and spent some time looking at an old laundry shop that was only two houses over from the hostel were we stayed.
It did look abandoned, but it was dark, so we couldn't really see - and it looked like there was a light on in one of the upper rooms. But that could have been an illusion. My wife and I had looked at the place before and it did look like it was okay, so we decided to...
Posted Monday, July 31, 2017 - 09:02

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Posted Thursday, July 27, 2017 - 00:45
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Posted Thursday, July 27, 2017 - 00:45
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Posted Thursday, July 27, 2017 - 00:45
Abandoned Piano House2017-05-01T16:06:56-06:00